Still flying high from the success of our combined training event, myself and Darielle took the horses for a schooling session in Coilóg the other week. Anyone who’s been following the blog since the beginning will know that the last time I brought Coco to Coilóg it resulted in me having my first fall off Coco...
Find out how me and Coco got on when we tackled our first ever combined training event!
Have you been seeing these oddly shaped bridles around and been wondering what they're all about? Well here's everything you need to know and where to start looking for yours.
Horses spook for any number of reasons - a dog jumped out at them, a bird rustled in the bush, a rock looked a bit funny, the grass was a different shade of green…you get the picture. The hardest part about a spooking horse is finding out what the actual cause is.
As equestrians, we take pride in everything to do with our horses but one thing in particular is ensuring our tack is clean and well looked after. And rightly so, that s*** is expensive!! And while every piece of tack deserves to be well looked after, I think a special consideration needs to be made for the saddle.
Looking for a challenge? Well this month's exercise guarantees one!
A Bucking Bronco, a New Yard and Old Issues - Catch Up with Coco on our newest blogpost...
Loop the Loop: a simple exercise that helps you work on suppleness, flying changes and your rhythm.
People decide to move yards for any number of reasons, but where do you start once you've made your decision?
Have you ever found yourself short on poles? Well for this exercise, all you need is six poles and you can get straight to work.