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 ofContinue reading “6 Top Confidence Tips for Riders”
About a Month ago I brought Coco cross country schooling at Quarryland Cross Country in Meath. It was such a great schooling day, despite a small mishap towards the end.
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!
There were a lot of ups & downs during our preparations for our One Day Event, the week prior consisted of a lot if headless humans running around the yard, setting out Dressage arenas, setting up jumps, to lessons with Jer to prepare!
No matter what level your riding is at, doing lunge lessons are extremely helpful for your riding. It strengthens your foundations, improves your balance, corrects your position, improve your confidence and so much more.
Bitless Riding has become something of a trend recently so we decided we wanted to learn a bit more about it. We’re not sure Dante & Coco are the best horses to test it out on so we got our good friend Heather from “Freya The Connemara” to talk us through her experience and answer a few questions we had on the subject!
People decide to move yards for any number of reasons, but where do you start once you’ve made your decision?