Our Exercises are back!! Our ever so popular exercises are making a comeback. What better way to jump back into the thriving summer season. First up is one of my all time favorites, Who doesn’t love a good pole jumping exercise, especially when it comes with so many good benefits. One that can definitely beContinue reading “April Jumping Exercise – Bounce It Bitch”
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February Exercise #2 – “Keep ’em Straight”
To get back into the swing of things I decided to start with something relatively easy. Although I know a few of you looking at the layout probably think this is a bit too easy but keep reading because this one has a twist.
February Exercise #1 – “The Straight & Narrow!”
This week or should I say the last two weeks with Dante I have been working on a lot of straightness training. I thought who best to share this exercise with than with you all. It is extremely easy to set up, and once you get it right it is so rewarding!
January Ultimate Exercise – “The Curve Ball”
And there you have it, our final January “Ultimate Exercise!”. I wont lie to you all, finishing with a jumping exercise was ideal, this is where I excel most, and well who doesn’t love a good jump!
January Ultimate Exercise – Halt, Loop & Go!
This week we are focusing more in on our transition work, incorporating a serpentine in canter. This will bring us forward from last weeks exercise working on our flying changes over our “Figure of Death”, lets see how much your horse has learned!
January Ultimate Exercise – “Figure Of Death”
There you have it the “Figure of Death” I would be lying if I said this exercise was easy, it certainly was not!
January Ultimate Exercise – “Trot Til You Drop”
We have 4 fabulous exercises in the pipeline for you guys to try & test out for yourselves. So Feast your eyes below on our first simple, yet effective exercise to ease everyone back into some light work.
October Monthly Exercise – The Figure of 8
This months exercise incorporates oxers and raised canter poles into a figure of 8. While it sounds relatively simple, certain aspects present their own challenges for different horses.