Month: May 2019Page 1 of 2

Finding Steady Contact and Effective Rein Cues

Many times when riders talk about contact, it is discussed only from the perspective of the rider. How to find steady hands or feel how much pressure to…

Jonty Evans’ 8 top tips on how to approach a jump

How much thought do you give your approach to a jump? Jonty Evans was keen to stress the importance of riding a straight, accurate line to a fence…

5 Benefits of having a System in your Training

Sometimes people think positive reinforcement doesn’t fit into a system because this training method is horse-centered.

Double on the day at Huntingdon with CESAR DU GOUET and FRESH NEW DAWN both winning…

Double on the day at Huntingdon with CESAR DU GOUET and FRESH NEW DAWN both winning well under Richard Johnson bringing up our 10th winner of the season….

The Circle of the Aids

The circle of aids is an important concept in the rider’s training. It refers to the flow of energy within the horse and to the way the rider’s…

Makawee storms home……

Makawee, a lovely four year old Farhh filly out of Storming Sioux, provided the yard with our second York winner this season.  Owned by Mr and Mrs Turnbull,…

A good weekend up North…

A good weekend up North with THE BUTCHER SAID winning at Cartmel yesterday and ST GALLEN and BEAU SANCY making it a double on the day at Kelso…

Avoid the “Double Bounce” in Rising Trot

Does the rising trot feel tiring? Do you struggle with being able to use your legs to cue the horse while trotting? How much effort should it take…

A double at Hexham

A very good evening for the team. Firstly Roxyfet winning at a nice price under Colm Mc’cormack, Alain Cawley rode Black Kettle closer to singing with his good…

From Indy Issue 74

Jones. Indiana Jones. Also known as Double-K-Nine. KK9! I’m a secret agent dog. Oops! I wasn’t supposed to tell you that. Don’t say anything! It will be our…