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Exploring collection at liberty

Dancer and I both really enjoy working at liberty. I have spent a lot of time exploring and playing with our balance at liberty, working on strengthening my cues and getting behaviours solidly under stimulus control. As such I have been focussing on exercises such … Continue reading

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Lucky At Liberty

For me, liberty work encapsulates the very essence of the connection which is possible between us and our horses. To achieve beautiful balance and collection at liberty is the epitome of what can be achieved within our horse-human communications. Alexandra Kurland has brought a … Continue reading

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One-2-One Lessons

Classical Equitation and Clicker Training Lesson Dates Based in the East of England, Jo travels all over the UK to teach clinics and lessons. An experienced teacher/trainer of classical equitation and clicker training, Jo has trained her horses using the principles of classical equitation … Continue reading

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The Truth about Classical Riding

The Truth about Classical Riding written by Sylvia Loch “…The truth is there is nothing new or innovative about classical riding. It is about discipline and real understanding of how the horse is put together, both morphologically and psychologically. Classical … Continue reading

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The History of Classical Equitation

A Brief Summary of the History of Classical Equitation Written by Craig Stevens “People often ask us to define “classical” equitation. Classical riding is not simply “riding in an older style.”  Some people argue that it only means one school … Continue reading

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Bettina Drummond: The Artist as Rider

Bettina Drummond: The Artist as Rider Written by Lynndee Kemmet    Thursday, 08 May 2008 As on www.dressagedaily.com “Drummond was a budding pianist at the age of seven when her mother, Phyllis Field, pulled her from her studies in Paris and … Continue reading

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Jaw Releases

A big thank you to everyone who has signed up to receive notification of new blogs and posts from Equi-libre Horses! As anyone who has studied classical dressage (French as opposed to German) will know…the release of the jaw is … Continue reading

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