When I took Coco on board, the plan for me was to focus on flatwork/polework with her, to keep her in work so that she was kept content, busy & working. Orla of course was on the ground (not literally this time!!) setting up poles....
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!
There you have it the "Figure of Death" I would be lying if I said this exercise was easy, it certainly was not!
With all this time out of the saddle, I've had a lot of time to think about what I want to achieve in 2019. Unfortunately things don't always go to plan when it comes to horses - as proved by my recent tactical dismount - so rather than setting myself goals for 2019, I decided to set intentions...
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.
Well we're just one week from Christmas and we here at NBW cannot wait! Christmas is one of our favourite times of the year - spending time with the family, eating until you could explode and the mandatory indulgence in tasty beverages. But we'd be lying if we didn't say one of our favourite parts are the presents.
We had so much interest and suggestions from you guys with places to visit with our horses, we decided to compile a list of our Top 6 locations. Hopefully we can plan a visit to each place over the next few months, to give them all a try for ourselves, see what the hype is… Continue reading 6 Top Horse Adventure Destinations