Horses are great levellers...one minute you're sky high, the next you're flat on your back..and ain't that the truth!
It's been a few weeks now since we ventured to our first ever away show to Mullingar Equestrian and I still can't get over what an experience it was. I put a lot of effort into getting myself and Coco prepared and I'm delighted to report that it actually paid off!
Looking for something fun to do in your next jumping session? Well this one is definitely worth a shot. Perfect for practicing for jump offs, setting a rhythm and having a bit of fun, The Mercedes is bound to be a new favourite!
As Ireland's most successful dressage rider and holder of the Irish international records for Grand Prix, Grand Prix Special and the Freestyle to music, Judy Reynolds has brought Ireland to the world stage of international dressage. With our 'Girl Power' buzz still going strong, we couldn't resist getting in touch to ask Judy a few questions about herself and her phenomenal success. Of course we had to grab some quick tips and fun facts while we were at it too
A few months ago I turned to our followers on Instagram for some advice on how to improve my hands while riding. I received some solid advice so I decided to share it here for anyone else who's having trouble...
When you suffer a fall, no matter how bad it is, it can really have a lasting impact. It makes you question your abilities and it can break the trust between you and your horse. And that trust goes both ways. After a fall we tend to think of ourselves as not being able to… Continue reading Bouncing Back After A Fall
When Coco gets into a bad way with spooking she starts napping and walking backwards and hopping around the place – all so she can get as far away as possible from whatever she’s looking at. During our last spook-a-thon during a schooling session however, I was taught a new method to get her moving forward again..