ONLINE TRAINING COURSES

Trailer Load-IN

 Self-loadinfrom ramp to closing the butt bar.

Neck-rope Riding

Beginner basics to advanced and when to remove the bridle.

Bitless Riding

The secrets of communications & suppleness to stay safe.

What do you get with each course?

Start studying today:

TRAILER

LOAD-IN

Value for money

€ 129,-
70,-

Learn how to get them to want to LOAD-IN

NECK-ROPE

RIDING

Most popular

€ 97-
48,-

Learn how to live that DREAM

BITLESS

RIDING

Student favorite

€81,-

35,-

Learn how to improve your RIDING AIDS

Course content:

GET GOOD AT TRAILER LOAD-IN

  • Welcome & introduction
  • Course introduction (day 1)
  • The partition & the jockey door
  • Foals & young horses
  • Squeezes & introducing the buttons
  • Some don’ts
  • Halters & safety
  • The buttons
  • Introducing the trailer
  • Controlling the nose, feet & thoughts
  • Right eye confidence & nose control
  • Confidence building and keeping control
  • Opening a can of worms
  • The discussion (When a horse has a timeline)
  • Skills refresher (The process)
  • Flirt with the trailer (day 2)
  • The importance of repetitions
  • Introducing the butt bar & advancing skills
  • Horse over-loads (literally) & course wrap up
  • Jockey door open or closed during training
  • Closing the butt bar
  • Releasing the butt bar to unload
  • Closing the ramp
  • How I tie in a 1.5 horse trailer
  • Unloading from a font ramp
  • Haynet & breast and butt bar height
  • Wearing travel boots & bandages
  • Double trailer weight distribution

GET GOOD AT NECK-ROPE RIDING

  • Introduction and do’s & don’ts
  • Different types of Neckropes
  • What is good Neckrope riding
  • Under-educated horses
  • Educating the horse
  • Safety & success
  • Backing-up groundwork training
  • Turning groundwork training
  • Stopping & energy groundwork training
  • Converting ropes into reins (the colt start knot)
  • For fun
  • How to hold the reins during riding
  • Backing-up supported with one stick
  • Backing-up supported with two sticks
  • Turning supported with one stick
  • Turning & transitions with one or two sticks
  • When to take the bridle off
  • Not kicking horses to go
  • Beginning sideways
  • Your practice

GET GOOD AT BITLESS RIDING

  • Introduction
  • What you need to know first
  • Rope halters
  • Bitless bridles
  • Thoughts about bits
  • Teaching them to back-up (lightly)
  • Lateral flexion (bending)
  • The power of the one rein stop
  • Skills refresher & emergency stop
  • Emergency stop in practice

Zoë helped me understand my horse and his needs better.

Melissa Moens

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