Month: February 2019

Keep it straight

Showjumping exercise to keep the horse straight over a fence. Learn to jump at an angle
Stay straight and shave off valuable seconds in the jump off! Jump at an angle.

Beat the competition!

Jump at an angle

To be able to shave off valuable seconds in a jump off you will have to be able to keep your horse straight and jump at an angle. This simple exercise will up your skills and help your horse feel comfortable with what is expected.

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the bounce

Get supple with a bounce

A bounce exercise aiming to get horse and rider supple. How to get it set up.
A parallel oxer, a bounce and a triple bounce. All jumpable from both directions.

This bounce exercise aims to get your horse supple. It will also help you feel the stride, to feel the length of the stride and your eye. To be able to assess how many strides remain until the horse jump and where it will jump. Done correctly this exercise will also get an over excited horse to back off.

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Barnaboy Eamon (sold)

Barnaboy Eamon is a 6year old (*2013), gelding about 16″1, 163 cm. By the wonderful Irish ☘️ Sporthorse stallion Cottage Fire, who is also the father of 3star eventer and stallion Barnaboy Freeman.

Eamon was born at the Barnaboy stud in Co. Galway, Ireland. He has spend a lot of his life outdoors and has throughout been able to move which has made him both strong, healthy and surefooted.

Bay horse trotting in the school his name is Barnaboy Eamon
Barnaboy Eamon in the school.

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show jumping exercise

Which way?

show jumping exercise to prevent the horse from rushing the fences and be more alert on which way to go
Which way to go? Get your horse alert!

Does your horse listen to you? Are you in sync over which way to go?

Is your horse awaiting your signals? Or do you feel like your horse is in charge? Are you in sync which way to go? With showjumping courses getting quite technical it is important to work on the conversation between horse and rider. A question we often need to ask ourselves is: Is my signals received by my horse? Are they understood? Do I listen to my horse? Are we on the same wavelength?

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Snowman

Snowman

Love at first sight

Snowman, a white horse out hunting in Ireland
Snowman – the one and only

This is the ultimate gentleman hunt horse. Snowman ☃️ is 16 years old, born in 2003, 16’2 by Our Grandpa out of a thoroughbred mare. He has hunted with the Galway Blazers, Roscommon and the Grallagh Harriers for the last two years. Previously he has done a bit of pony club, jumping and fun rides.

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show jumping exercise including doubles

Doubles

Show jumping exercise to practise straightness though doubles and the precision in finding the perfect way to the next fence.
Precision

Doubles, in more than one sense.

This exercise offers a few different difficulties. It combines riding through corners with the ability to keeping your horse straight through doubles. The warm up will keep you focused and perfect your skills at showing your horse which way to go!! Precision!

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