Don’t forget the Fibre

Cheerful, light post today after a couple of heavy ones! My favourite, quick ish breakfast – home – made muesli and freshly squeezed juice. Both are seriously tasty as well as being one of the perfect energy boosters known to earth. It’s always been the only thing that kept me going through 12 hours teaching…

Thoughts on “It’s Time To Train The Trainers” – an article by Catherine Haddad Staller

I came across an interesting article today thanks to Katie’s blog “Reflections on Riding”. In her post “Failed Delivery Systems”  she discusses Catherine Haddad Staller’s latest article on Chronicle of The Horse. Catherine says: […]”What finally irked me into writing this blog is this: Our trainers need more knowledge about how to train the basics—not just…

Where to start when you want to improve…Thoughts on building training plans & developing as a rider

Hello everyone! There’s been a few quiet days on the blog due to various things taking over my time but the daily posts are back now. Meet Wanessa, the brave new-ish guinea pig on my Aspire Video Library project and her 10 year old coloured mare which I will just call J. as her name…