HC Deb 28 April 1910 vol 17 cc651-2

asked whether the three days of at least three consecutive hours' field instruction, laid down in the Territorial Force Regulations, Appendix 6, Sub-Appendix 1, as part of the training of Yeomanry, is intended to consist of mounted work; whether the ten drills laid down as the minimum for trained men are intended to include any mounted drills; whether, if squadrons are assembled for three days preceding the annual training in camp, as authorised by the Territorial Force Regulations, paragraph 294, it is intended that any mounted work should be carried out; and, if so, whether the grants to the county association are expected to cover the cost of the provision of horses on such occasions?


The replies to the four points raised in the question are in the affirmative.