From Day 1 of buying Dante he always struggled with trust issues. They all would mainly appear when I was in the saddle. I now have Dante two years and I have recently started looking back on videos & images of him, only to come to the realisation of how far this horse has actually… Continue reading Getting To The Root of Dante’s Problems – Our Journey So Far
Up next for our “Grill The Equestrian” Series is International Spanish Rider Gonzalo Busca Roca. We had the pleasure of meeting Gonzalo at Hickstead back in June. It is safe to say that we definitely made a lasting impression, especially considering this interview took place in the bar after a donkey derby! Have a read… Continue reading Grill the Equestrian – Gonzalo Busca Roca
I can't quite get my head around it being the end of September already, doing our August weekly exercises just seemed to make the month fly by even quicker! This month, we decided to focus more on some flat work exercises, I came across this exercises over on our Pinterest account, and it is safe… Continue reading September Monthly Exercise – Pole To Pole
Confidence plays a massive part in your riding, this applies to literally everyone no matter what stage or level you are at. I am sure you as a reader have many tips, or go to rituals you do with your horse on or off the ground to get your confidence up! Have a read below of… Continue reading 6 Top Confidence Tips for Riders
There comes a time where you need to progress & train by yourself at home without your instructor present. This can be the case for both of us here at NBW on a weekly basis. Unfortunately the bank account doesn’t always stretch far enough for weekly lessons!
Your personal fitness plays a massive role when it comes to riding your horse, I learned this the hard way. A week off from riding and you will be quick to feel the side effects of not being constantly in the saddle! A lot of people have enquired & asked about my fitness routine, how… Continue reading 6 Exercises To Keep You Fit In The Saddle
Welcome to the first of our 'Grill the Equestrian' Series! To kick it off we decided to start with a local up and coming Irish showjumper, Eva O'Shaughnessy, who just competed in her very first overseas international event. When you travel to an international show in another country and see someone waving the Irish Flag like a boss, how could we resist not asking a few questions?