Why I love this Grid work Plan?
Level: Intermediate/Advance. I love this design because it is versatile and provides a “2-in-1” training package. It allows you to concentrate your exercise in two different skill areas, gymnastics over grids and working on your horse’s balance and control. 1). Grid work. Jump the verticals in a straight line as a grid
Straighten Your Horse for a Safer Ride over Fences
With Sarah Bradley - “Straightness refers to how the horse positions his body, and his ability to use both sides of his body evenly, providing even propulsion from both hind legs and carrying even weight on both front legs. It's about the rider’s ability to place the horse’s body on the line the rider wishes to travel. A horse is straight when the bird’s eye view shows the horse’s spine as being directly on the line of travel. Thus, a horse on a circle is ‘straight’ when it compresses the…
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Bienvenue sur le blog A dada mon dadou ! Je m'appelle Aurélie Seguin, je suis monitrice d'équitation et j'aide les cavaliers à progresser en équitation !
Grid Pro Quo with Daniel Clasing
Don't let winter weather get you down. Use the off season as an opportunity to fine tune your riding! In this winter weekly web series, we will revive past Grid Pro Quo articles from our magazine, Eventing USA, to help you brainstorm ways to keep you and your horse in tip-top shape even if you only have access to an indoor arena.