A Clinic Review with William Fox Pitt: Eventing Dressage vs Dressage

Eventing Dressage vs Dressage: A Clinic Review with William Fox Pitt

I’m not an eventer, but I secretly admire them. I’m terrified of cross country and cross rails seem high to me. To have the courage and bravery to gallop a horse across an open field and tackle obstacle after obstacle is something that I’ll need A LOT of mental coaching…

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How Yoga Transformed My Riding | Sea Star Equestrian | Cecelia Conway for Bending Line Designs

How Yoga Transformed My Riding- Bending Line Designs

For the original blog post please visit Bending Line Designs. Let me begin this post by saying that I am an anxious individual. Usually I’m adept at disguising my inner foibles, but add a 1,500 pound animal into the mix and they become… less well disguised. Much of my riding education…

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Frustration Fixes

Frustration Fix

We all deal with frustration in riding at some point in our careers. Personally, I have waged a constant battle against frustration for the last few years. Yesterday I was able to get to the barn for the first time in nearly two weeks. A combination of poor weather, work, and…

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Kentucky Bound !!

I’m leaving in the morning for Lexington, KY where I’ll be attending the 2016 International Society Of Rider Biomechanics Symposium. While there I’ll be sitting the Level 1 & 2 days of the symposium and taking the Level 1 practical exam. Plus having some extra, horsey fun. This means that not only…

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