Finding the ideal rhythm when riding is only possible with a well schooled horse. With the help of her student, Lea, who is riding the mare “Donna”, Eva Deimel will show you how to develop the most appropriate warm-up and how to sensitize your horse to your aids. Key points: The correct basic seat and the diagonal aids.
Riding over two ground poles sounds like an easy thing to do. However, you will quickly realize that this exercise only works – in trot or canter – if you have developed the right riding rhythm before and can move smoothly with your seat. You can practice this exercise at home!
Another aspect of this exercise that makes it challenging is that you need to pay attention to your line. There are many requirements here: a balanced horse that responds to the aids, the right riding rhythm, the ability to wait at the right moment and the accuracy of your line. And now? Can you easily do this exercise?
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Eva Deimel is a very experienced show jumping trainer. She passes her knowledge to her students, beginners or professionals, and the multiple Westphalian and Vice German Champion has the right tips for everyone. The basics such as dressage work and the right seat are her special concern, to enable a solid and safe show jumping foundation right from the start.> more
In this video, jumping expert Elmar Pollmann-Schweckhorst explains typical mistakes and corrections while riding jumping using three example horses. Targeted exercises based on a training course according to the training scale lead to stress-free and successful jumping training.
Duration: 00:10:10 Minutes
Whether a more expressive canter or a better pirouette, the cavaletti exercises in canter produces amazing results. In this video, Ingrid Klimke demonstrates the various possible exercises.
Duration: 00:20:25 Minutes
The cavaletti exercises are an excellent way of preparing for the show jumping ring or cross country. In this video we watch as Olympic Champion Ingrid Klimke shows us exercises for improving tight turns, correct take-off distance and the activity before a jump.
Duration: 00:20:17 Minutes
Based on three examples, typical problems in the showjumping training will be discussed. It becomes clear that the improvement of throughness, as well as the development of strength and ability to take more weight behind, are elementary steps on the way to the training of a successful jumping horse.
Duration: 00:11:38 Minutes
Regular gymnastic jumping exercises are fantastic to strengthen muscles, increase body awareness and improve balance as well as keeping the horse motivated in his training, regardless of the discipline he will later be specialized in. It is important for the young horse to experience lots of variation within their training, ensuring they get used to being in new situations.
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