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Working Equitation Clinics

The Clinic training sessions will take place between 9am and 5pm on the Saturday and during the morning of the Sunday. In addition to the actual training, a fun Working Equitation competition featuring both the Ease of Handling and the Speed Trial phases is scheduled for the afternoon of the Sunday. Participants can choose to …

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PI Assessment Clinic Booking

A one day clinic with PI (the electronic horse) & Fran Griffith MISRB Saturday 18 September If you have ever wished that your horse could tell you what he thought about the way you ride, wondered if you sit more heavily to one side or other, or whether it is you rather than your horse …

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Working Equitation

To find out about upcoming clinics – click here What is Working Equitation? Working Equitation (WE) is a relatively new sport designed to promote and preserve the classical principles of the working riding culture of Southern Europe. In competition, WE comprises of 3 phases, dressage, ease of handling and speed. Working Equitation can also be …

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PI Assessment Booking

If you would like to book a PI assessment session then please contact me using the form below to arrange a suitable day and time. Please do not pay before contacting me so that we can discuss your requirements and arrange a mutually suitable time. Standard sessions include 45 minutes of assessment. This time can …

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Rider Biomechanics Lessons

The way the rider sits on the horse will have a dramatic effect on its soundness, performance and development. The rider’s posture, tone, alignment, symmetry and breathing are all mirrored by the horse.  Sometimes it is necessary to make quite dramatic changes in our body, but often it is the smallest of changes that has …

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Human Biomechanics Lessons

Pilates for Riders Classes & Courses These pre-recorded classes & courses offer a series of exercises designed to help your body function better. The classes focus on the skills needed to be a good rider – good alignment, core stability, flexibility and balance. Although we concentrate primarily on strengthening the deep abdominal muscles that support …

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Horse Biomechanics Lessons

Horses are born left or right handed (hoofed) and become progressively more asymmetrical as they grow older. This isn’t a major problem if the horse is never going to be ridden but in order to carry a rider without undue strain, the horse needs to develop a strong back, be equally strong and supple on …

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Posture Assessments (PI)

To find out about upcoming clinics at Pengraig and elsewhere – click here For individual PI sessions at Pengraig – book your session here PI – our Posture Assessment Indicator – provides information on the rider’s position and balance as well as their rein contact Sensitive sensors give continuous feedback of your weight distribution – whether …

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The Knee

A correctly placed and aligned knee prevents knee injury, whether we are on or off our horse. While in the saddle, a correctly placed knee can be used for subtle aids. However, very few people actually spend any time thinking about the positioning of their knees ,until they start to experience knee pain. But what …

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