Snippets from the 11th International Society for Equitation Science Conference

Average rein tension is 34-45% greater in a rider’s dominant vs nondominant hand. -Jenni Douglas #ISES2015 — Alexandra Beckstett (@TH_ABeckstett) August 6, 2015   McLean’s 1st new training principle: avoid and dissociate flight responses! #ISES #ISES2015 #ISES2015Vancouver, #equitationscience — Equitation Science (@equitationscien) August 6, 2015 McLean’s 2nd new training principle: demonstrate minimum levels of arousal…

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Do you have a great product or service that might appeal as a gift to a grassroots, ambitious, improvement driven rider who takes lessons, loves to learn, loves to be around horses and leads horse happy lifestyle?  From 1st November until 24th December, I will post weekly gift guides posts and would love you to…

Equestrian version of eat in and take away…what kind of rider are you? What kind of rider would you like to be?

Picture this on your day off: – a coffee shop with comfy sofas, wooden floors, lovely scent of freshly grounded beans, catch up chat with friends or just a long solitary, me-time with your favourite book…Your coffee or tea in a real cup, hot and delicious. – a coffee shop, quick, efficient queue, convenient paper…