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Starting "In hand work"
This is how a horse moves when it is out of balance and on the forehand. Head and bum in the sky, low withers and hollow back, and hind legs out behind.
This is how a horse can move once the person lunging has been taught how to balance and engage the horse with the lunging half halt! The haunches will lower, the hind legs step under, the back and withers raise and the neck therefore naturally hangs forward as it is no longer needed to balance the horse. This allows the horse to move with double the suspension and double the ground cover.
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My fees for training sessions are as follows:

x1 private 45 minute lessonFor me to drive to your yard to give x1 rider a private 45 minute lesson in your arena (only available if you are near to where I am already teaching that day).£65
x2 private 45 minute lessonsFor me to drive to your yard to give x2 riders x2 consecutive private 45 minute lessons in your arena (only available if you are near to where I am already teaching that day).£55each
x3 or more private 45 minute lessonsFor me to drive to your yard to give x3 or more riders x3 or more consecutive private 45 minute lessons in your arena. (Max 30 min drive from Eversley, Hampshire).£50each

To make a booking if your yard is more than 30 mins away from Eversley Hampshire, x6 riders are needed.

All prices include my travel expenses in my local area of 30 minutes drive from Eversley, Hampshire. Training outside this area may incur additional travel expenses.

Many of the lovely yards that I teach at welcome outsiders (arena hire fee in addition to the prices above)

Please see Diary Page for dates of yards that welcome outsiders.

Training the horse from the ground is incredibly valuable. One of my specialties is training the horse and owner the art of lunging, long lining and ‘in hand work’ including lateral work, square halt, rein back, piaffe and passage. As well as being incredibly good fun, this training can be used as both remedial therapy and to prevent physical or behaviourial problems starting in the first place. Hugely beneficial for both horse and rider in developing timing, co-ordination, suppleness, strength and confidence.

I offer remote training sessions via FaceTime etc and video analysis sessions.

For more information please contact me.