Part of the really important process of training an event horse, is to teach them to jump whatever is in front of them, and stay on their line…

This is a very talented horse I have just bought to take on a journey! He has never been ‘skinny educated’ as his upbringing has been a bit of jumping and a bit of hunting! … so his job was just to get from one side to the other!!!

The starters of this education are to teach a horse to stay between the flags, and stay true to his line… we can build up progressively to teach them how to jump real skinnies and arrowheads… 

Follow me to catch the next step of his accuracy education… I have incredibly high hopes for this one!!!

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  • Fiona Davidson
    Eventer / Trainer
    I have ridden horses all my life. I have relocated my yard, to Vale View Equestrian, with facilities that are out of this world for producing my lovely horses. I am very excited about having these resources at my fingertips, and the results are shining through right across the board, showing my horses are settled, happy, and now able to work every aspect of their competition needs! Read more...
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