Things falling apart a bit as the season proceeds? Here's a simple exercise to improve a variety of skills in between competitions.
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Combinations challenge a horse’s balance, agility, and confidence; these exercises will build skill, ability, and concentration in both horse and rider.
You don't need a lot of equipment - or a lot of time - to get the maximum results from this basic but effective jumping pattern.
If done correctly, gymnastics target specific muscle groups to increase a show jumper’s athletic ability: strength, flexibility, agility and coordination.
Train your eyes to perform like a professional equestrian’s for improved concentration, precision, and consistency in the show ring.
Implementing a Yearly Training Plan can help you and your horse attain your equestrian competition goals by focussing on precise weekly objectives.
The science behind competition coaching, and how modern teaching methods can better simulate the pressures and choices riders have to make in the ring.
Coaching tools can help a rider to identify problems and make decisions, both during the course of lessons and in high-pressure competition situations.