Wed13Jun20187.00 pm (prompt)Blackwells, 10 The Common, Chipperfield, Kings Langley. WD4 9BS
RE-SCHEDULED FROM 23 MAY 2018
This is a practical session where Sylvia will explain and demonstrate through hands-on instruction how to revolutionise your riding and understanding of the aids. The instruction is based on how to use your energy and natural balance into the giving of weight aids on horseback. By feeling what position to adopt on their own two feet, students will learn how to focus the same feel and posture into their riding.
Following the workshop, attendees have reported back of a transformation in their horses and for the first time understanding and feeling what balance their horse requires of them. It is indeed a revelation for many.
Tickets can be purchased from our Shop
Sun18Nov20181:30 pmWarwickshire College, Moreton Morrell, Warwickshire. CV35 9BL
"Classical Dressage is the real thing, the original – in all its purity. It should be very simple. It is nothing more nor less than practising dressage with a correct seat and the correct training methods."
BHS Warwickshire is delighted to welcome international dressage trainer Sylvia Loch to Moreton Morrell College.
In her lecture demonstration on the principles of classical riding, Sylvia will ride her advanced schoolmaster Lusitano stallion, Prazer, and work with three horse and rider combinations competing at different levels.
There will be opportunity to purchase signed copies of Sylvia's new book, The Rider's Balance, along with her other publications and DVDs (cash or cheque please).
Ticket cost: £25
Sat08Dec2018tbcNottingham University, UK
- Find out the very latest in horse, saddle and rider interaction
- How new scientific research can promote equine welfare and performance
- Debate the issues important to you
All welcome - a unique opportunity for researchers, saddlery professionals, vets, equine healthcare practitioners, coaches, riders and horse owners
The packed programme will focus on the latest research, from new techniques in
equine pain recognition to rider posture and equine biomechanics, offering a
unique insight to progress in key areas. Eminent speakers have already
confirmed their attendance including world-renowned veterinarian, author and
researcher, Professor Hilary Clayton and leading equine orthopaedic expert,
Dr Sue Dyson.
The public conference, which is generously supported by World Horse
Welfare and Wow Saddles, has a capacity for up to 550 delegates and is set
to be the biggest and best yet.
Tickets can be purchased via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/saddleresearch-trust-international-conference-2018-tickets-37036147113
For further information:
Call: +44 (0)7775 912202