Ruxin Ding, Chinese Equestrian Student Achieves Outstanding BHS Success After Training in Clonshire International Equestrian Centre

Ruxin Ding is a 19 year-old Chinese student from Beidaihe, Hebei Province in China. Ruxin started riding at 16 years old, he has developed keen interest in the Equestrian industry and passion for horses because of his father, who has established Beidaihe British International Equestrian Centre.

With the help of Select Ireland, Ruxin came to Ireland from November 2016 to June 2017 to avail of top British Horse Society (BHS) training with Sue and Dan Foley at Clonshire Equestrian International Centre, Adare, Co. Limerick. He also participated in many show jumping and eventing competitions. He successfully achieved the following internationally-recognized BHS qualifications, BHS Riding & Road Safety Examination, BHS Stage 1 Care & Riding Examinations, BHS Stage 2 Care & Riding Examinations, BHS Stage 3 Care & Riding Examinations and BHS PTT in Ireland, which is an exceptional achievement.

Ruxin has now returned to China and plans to develop Beidaihe British International Equestrian Centre as a centre of equestrian excellence.