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7 Tips For Teaching Beginners On The Lunge
People learn to ride in many ways and are instructors have developed many different routines and procedures to teach their beginner riders. The more experienced the instructor is the more the procedures are fine tuned so that the beginner rider remains safe while learning to ride in the most efficient manner.
I am a strong believer in teaching beginners on the lunge. They can focus on gaining their balance and confidence while the instructor focuses on controlling the horse in a pace that is most beneficial to progress the skills of the rider. As soon as the beginner rider is able to walk and trot without balancing on the horses’ mouth and thumping them in the back then they can progress to the next stage of riding without the lunge in a confined area.
Here are just 7 of these tips for teaching beginners on the lunge. Read More...
(Ms) Glenys Cox
Risk Management Plan
Let’s face it, riding is a high risk sport.
Horses can Horses are unpredictable by nature and act on instinct, which could involve biting, kicking, shying and rearing.
I know I could write a complete book on risk management in the horse industry but I don’t have time today.
To get you thinking, use good management and horse sense to implement these five steps that will help you minimize this risk.
A good horseperson does not necessarily react to what the horse is doing now,
They will anticipate what the horse is going to do next and be prepared for it
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