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Why Lunging is Important

Who else likes lunging!? I recently put a post-up on my Facebook page, I had a fair few questions come through about it. Now, I’m not talking about that thing we do in the gym :) I’ll always be honest; you may not believe me as you always see me talk ab[...]

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Reflecting on progression

It’s when you have all the time in the world you start scrolling through old photos and comparing, sitting and wishing competitions were back in action again. I found two pictures of Arnie while I was enjoying looking back at some memories. I really want to[...]

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Online Coaching

We are all entering a world of uncertainty. I feel like as equestrians we have a little bit of ‘thick skin’ entering into this human virus crisis. After all, EI didn’t knock us down! As an accredited EA coaches need to adapt into this ‘new age’ of u[...]

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Lesson Recap: The Diagonal Pair

It’s no secret I love getting lesson from Brett Parbery, I was fortunate to meet Brett when he hosted his first Intelligent Riding Retreat back in 2016. (umm, wow, where has the time gone!) Which has been one of the biggest game changes for my training to da[...]

Top 5 stable products
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My Top 5 Stable Products

I’m going to be completely honest, I may possibly be described as an impulsive buyer. I mean in this day in age it can be so easy to have multiples of certain types of product. Especially when you’re shopping online, and your eyes light up when you see tha[...]

The Training Plan
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The Training Plan

I’ll be the first to admit I used to have a horrible plan when it came to organising my weekly sessions. Even more so when they were leading up to a competition. I used to drill, drill and drill until I stressed myself out, made the horse tense and then felt[...]