Wow, what a reaction to our last exercise, thank you to everyone who liked & shared it. I have upped my game since & I can safely say I am happy to deliver a fabulous new grid/pole exercise for you all. I have incorporated a mixture of everything, from pole work to some jumping inContinue reading “Exercise 2 – Oh Poley God!”
It is safe to say that it has been quite some time since we posted an exercise for you guys to try out! With a lot of focus recently being put on our jumping, we have finally taken some time out to focus more on our pole work. This is mainly to focus on growingContinue reading “August Exercise – Attack Those Poles”
This exercise was quite deceiving, going to ride this exercise, myself & Orla were slightly cocky in a sense that we thought it was going to be a simple flatwork exercise, well it couldn’t of challenged us more … This Incognito evil pole exercise tests you, your patience & your horses suppleness! Be aware, itContinue reading “May Flatwork Exercise – Pain in the Pole!”
Our Exercises are back!! Our ever so popular exercises are making a comeback. What better way to jump back into the thriving summer season. First up is one of my all time favorites, Who doesn’t love a good pole jumping exercise, especially when it comes with so many good benefits. One that can definitely beContinue reading “April Jumping Exercise – Bounce It Bitch”
This week or should I say the last two weeks with Dante I have been working on a lot of straightness training. I thought who best to share this exercise with than with you all. It is extremely easy to set up, and once you get it right it is so rewarding!
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 safeContinue reading “September Monthly Exercise – Pole To Pole”
Turning the flat square into four jumps is another option, it can be a great introduction to jumping your horse through big grids with a lot of bounces, also great for getting your horse to lift his legs…