don't suggest that you will want to sit the
Levade but would it not be wonderful
to aspire to that level of expertise with the horse
a willing partner like the one in this picture?
amazing rider, Oliver Jennings, from the Belgian
Riding Academy has been
riding some of our horses and is interested in sharing
his methods of training Classical dressage
from ground work, through in-hand work to the ridden
work. We find many of our ideas match his methods of
training horse and rider.
The best way to learn how to help your own horse is
to feel how wonderful it is
to ride horses that respond to the smallest command.
We are constantly developing our schoolmasters to a
higher level to increase your experience.
offer Confidence building
lessons for every level of rider. The combination of
Confidence along with sound Riding Biomechanics
is the first step in improving your ability to ride
a variety of horses.
crooked rider can never improve the asymmetry
that naturally occurs in every horse. This natural asymmetry
can be at the root of so many problems which develop
once we put the weight of a rider on top of a horse.
Understanding what is happening in each horse you ride
is the basis for reaching goals you never thought possible.
does asymmetry mean?
What does balance mean?
What does straightness mean?
You do not need to be an Advanced rider before
you start to learn about these concepts.
resident Coaches, Pat Taylor, Kathryn Hunt
and now Oliver Jennings
all train with the same principles using a mixture of
Riding Biomechancis, Classical Dressage and Natural
horses will respond to light aids
and help you develop that important, elusive
and enjoy riding our wonderful horses. If you have your
own horse we can help with your horse as well as helping
you as a rider.