Take Your Circle Work To The Next Level! Add Variety, Understand Your Aids, Offer Clarity!

– And then as I come to this cone, he’s bending and shaping right. What I’m doing with my legs is the leg closest to the cone is forward. And the leg furthest from the cone is back but then in between the cones I end up shifting my legs. Continue Reading

Horse Training Fun – Simple TIP – TRICK

– Tough, but I’m going to see if I canter out of this. So I’m going to turn. I’m going to get my body feel up and he did, good. Good. So now as we get going I’m going to halt. I’m going to com through my turn. It might Continue Reading

Spring #ROOTD – SmartPaker Jen

JEN: Hi, I’m Jen from Merchandising, and this is my Spring Riding Outfit of the Day. I am in love with the new Piper Knit Breech with Silicone Grip Full Seats. The amount of stretch is unlike any other breech I’ve ever worn, and the stylish grip makes me feel Continue Reading

The Ultimate Core Exercise For Dressage Riders

hi I’m Nicola Smith from dressageridertraining.com. As dressage riders we need to have incredible core strength. Now this isn’t the type of core strength that comes from doing a hundred crunches a day, it’s the type of core strength that keeps our body still and creates the illusion of stillness Continue Reading

CBD & SPORT – Horseriding: Dressage Rider About The Benefits Of CBD by Supmedi – CBD & Paardrijden

I’m Esmee van Veen, 18yrs old and I’m a professional Dutch Dressage rider This is Featherlight, she’s 9yrs old and I trained her myself till this level, we compete now at the Inter1 dressage level And we’re now training towards the Grand Prix In horse sports the harmony between rider Continue Reading

What To Do With A Pushy Horse On Ground

– Today we’re working with Corona, who is a year and a half old. Little guy. And I would like to show you some things that I do with horses on the ground at this age. So I just started off just kind of rubbing on his head and noticed Continue Reading

How to Bridle a Difficult Horse

– There are a few things you can do to help your horse learn a bit more about how to be bridled. One of them would be: be able to direct their head, both to the left, to the right, up, as well as down. And make sure that you Continue Reading