Riding a horse one-handed means acting fine. Among other things, in Working Equitation free trials are ridden with one hand. Riding with one hand requires enormous precision and fineness of the aids. Katrin Huber, who rides one-handed after an accident, reports on her experiences, the changeover and the differences with ambidextrous riding.
Duration: 14:59 Minutes
From the racing seat to the “Oh shit” position – With this video, the British national trainer Christopher Bartle wants to make eventing safer. The key is the sitting position during the cross-country course. His analysis of example scenes from competition or training situations reveal common sources of error and explain the way to successful cross-country riding.
Duration: 11:05 Minutes
Horse-friendly training or misunderstood dressage - is the training system in modern equitation on the wrong track? This question is answered in this multimedia presentation by Anja Beran, one of the most renowned representatives of classical dressage. Animations created on the basis of real tournament scenes open the eyes of every horse friend. In her analysis, Anja Beran is supported by the Specialist in Chiropractic (A), Elisabeth Albescu.
Duration: 43:00 Minutes
The riding world has discovered the benefits of the Franklin Method®. Balls filled with air or water help the rider loosen and increase mobility within their body. The experts Eckart Meyners and Sibylle Wiemer explain the basic principles behind the balls, how they are used when riding and what effects one should expect.
Duration: 24:26 Minutes