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Landing on the Correct Canter Lead After a Fence

Landing on the Correct Canter Lead After a Fence

What this episode is all about & how it can help you:- Understand the influence of your weight on the approach Learn how to ‘open a door’ for your horse Begin shifting your weight over the fence Effectively school on this to practice it Are you struggling with your correct canter lead when landing from a fence? Perhaps you approach…

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Asking Different Questions with Different Types of Jumps

Asking Different Questions with Different Types of Jumps

This episode is all about helping you to use and make the most of:- Crosspoles Uprights Ascending oxers Square oxers Have you found yourself, like many riders, initially thinking about all jumps as being equal? Simply obstacles that are in your way when moving from A to B with your horse?  It is common to feel this way initially when…

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Top 3 Mistakes when it Comes to Groundpoles

Top 3 Mistakes when it Comes to Groundpoles

What this episode is all about:- Mistake 1:- Overestimating the amount of poles and complexity of exercise Mistake 2:- Incorrectly mapping the distance or adjustments Mistake 3:- Not realising how much influence you have over your horse If you have been riding for any length of time, you are probably well versed on the benefits of groundpoles.  In fact, I…

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Working with the Training Scale over Groundpoles

Working with the Training Scale over Groundpoles

What this episode is all about:- Rhythm & Relaxation Suppleness Contact & Connection Impulsion & Straightness Groundpoles… So many riders work with them on a regular basis with their horses.  However many riders struggle to work on specific areas in their training while using the groundpoles.  In this episode of the Daily Strides Podcast we are going to focus on…

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Considerations for an Ideal Jumping Training Schedule

Considerations for an Ideal Jumping Training Schedule

What this episode is all about & how it can help you:- It’s all about the bits ‘inbetween’ the fences Think about conditioning – both mentally and physically Notice where you & your horse’s strengths and weaknesses apply Make each ‘jump day’ count This is perfect for you if you have “dipped your toe” into the jumping part of horse…

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