The Candelo Adult Riding Club will further their early 2019 skillsets this weekend.
The club has already hosted two training days on February 2 and 3 at the picturesque Bemboka Showground.
Officials said club members practised working equitation obstacles in condition with the Bemboka Dressage and Working Equitation Club.
A dozen club members furthered their skills on the Sunday when they took part in a dressage skills clinic with instructor Dustin Taylor.
"We had an early start to beat the heat and it was great to see new and old members back for the start of the Candelo Adult Riding Club season," a spokeswoman said.
The club will host another clinic this weekend with Jim Collin from Berry.
"Jim is a dressage specialist coach and successful FEI [Federation of Equine International] dressage rider," the spokeswoman said.
"He has represented NSW at the 'Dressage with the Stars'."
This clinic will be held at “Loch Lomond” 590 Candelo Wolumla Road, Wolumla.
Fence sitters welcome so come along, bring a chair and learn from one of the best. Mr Collin focuses on correct basics and the required psychology/ mentality that will help you improve not only your riding, but your training skills and all round horsemanship.
Later in the year, the club's debut "Dressage in Candelo" competition will go ahead on April 13 and 14.
"This event is a bit different than your average dressage competition," the spokeswoman said.
Entries open on Monday from Global entries and the spokeswoman encouraged everyone to sign up for a great weekend of riding with like-minded riders.
To register or for more information you can contact 0429 932 703 or visit www.carc.com.au
The calendar of events is also available on the website or stay up to date with the club's Facebook page.
There are dressage events planned for March 2, 10 and 17 and all new riders are welcome to join.