Product Review – Zerofit

We were both kindly gifted some products from the Zerofit range back in November. We have been wearing & testing these products out over the past few months doing equestrian tasks & also wearing them whilst riding. We have compiled some information about both products we have received, the Zerofit Heatrub Move Baselayer & the…

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Exercise 1 – Flat To The Mat

It has been some time since an exercise has been done here at No Bucking Way. I certainly feel a little rusty especially when it came to planning & thinking out some exciting exercises to set up & try out for you guys. Don’t you worry though, I have decided to start the year with…

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A Survival Guide To Winter Riding – 7 Top Tips

If I had a euro for every time I heard an Equestrian say those dreaded lines, “the evenings are getting darker” or “Im not riding its raining” I would have myself a nice sum of money thats for sure!  Not many of us are fond of the winter weather, but unlike other hobbies us Equestrian put the…

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October Exercise – Coming Full Circle

It has been forever since we have done an exercise post here at No Bucking Way. We have so many new exciting ideas for our exercises & with the addition of Cosmo to the gang we have really had to think hard going back revisiting & reviving our older “young horse” exercises. Prepare to be…

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Canter, Rythym & What I Really Think

As you all may have seen the weekend just passed I brought Dante out schooling to a local indoor arena at Knightfield Stud. The weather was dreadful with the rain absolutely bucketing down, so this indoor arena was perfect. The focus today was on jumping but solely on our canter. You are all probably used…

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6 Things to Remember when Taking on a Young Horse

With the arrival of Cosmo, another 4 year old, I have started looking back on everything I learned during my time with Coco. There are definitely some things I did right but there are also some I did wrong. Here are 6 things to know when you decide to take on a young horse.

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Tough Lessons with Dante & Coach Sue Byrne

I find it nearly impossible to focus when I am riding alone especially when I don’t have a plan in place. A different set of eyes on the ground is a great plus to have, as they see things you may not notice or feel when you are in the saddle. Simple fixes to your…

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Product Review – Equitop Myoplast

Over the past year I have found it quite hard to find a supplement to help support Dante and his every growing body. As he is quite the large animal, training him & working his muscles without the proper support was not exactly ideal. We went through spurts where he gained incredible muscle then dropped…

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Top 5 Flatwork Exercises that Everyone Must Do!

Flatwork by far is one of the most important things to focus on with any horse young or old. It’s benefits are not only rewarding, but with a good Flatwork foundation you will in turn see massive improvements in your jumping. Check out some of my go to exercises hat I have been focusing on…

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Dantè – The Full Review

I shall start this post with some reassurance for you all, Dante is not for sale, he is not going anywhere anytime soon! With the sad news on Coco’s departure we have been feeling quite overwhelmed & well sad the last few weeks. I have had a lot of feedback in regards to updates on…

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