BLOG BY ASPIRE EQUESTRIAN RIDING ACADEMY

BLOG FOR RIDERS AND COACHES PASSIONATE ABOUT GRASSROOTS EQUESTRIAN SPORTS

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Welcome and thank you for stopping by!Β 

I am guessing you are passionate about quality coaching/training for amateur riders and are that little bit interested in our mission to spread knowledge and understanding of rider-centred instruction and horse-friendly training at lower levels of equestrian sports? πŸ™‚

This blogΒ is here to fuel that passion for high teaching standards, to bring you information, advice and suggestions on how to become the best rider you can be.

I hope you will grab a cup of tea or coffee or anything you like to read with and visit us often from wherever you are! πŸ™‚

All the best,

Wiola x

Aspire Equestrian Riding Academy

www.aspireequestrianacademy.com

 

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10 thoughts on “BLOG BY ASPIRE EQUESTRIAN RIDING ACADEMY

  1. I really like your site. I’m more into western riding but mainly my opinion is, that good horsemanship and horse-friendly riding doesn’t need a style or lable like english or western.
    Very inspiring website!

    Best regards from Germany

    Nina

    • Thank you Nina! I look forward to checking your blog out later! I couldn’t agree more regarding the English and Western style. Technique might sometimes differ but training values and principles mustn’t πŸ™‚

      All the best from England!
      Wiola

  2. I really enjoyed your blog post about motivation in the winter months and have included a mention and a link in my blog about motivation today: blog.altaircoaching.co.uk

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