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Summer has come, and most of the shows reopened within. It means the usual never-ending loop is on again: going to a competition, competing, coming home, giving your horse a few days of lighter work or rest, and then slowly building up to another show. continue reading
16.7.2020
Since last autumn, EQUIMO has become my riding companion, and I always put it on, even if I go on a hack. As the COVID break had come to an end and we went to the first show of this year, I naturally took my EQUIMO with me. Today, I would like to introduce you to my showing day with this little helper. continue reading
Novým pomocníkem nejen pro profesionální jezdce je unikátní sledovací zařízení EQUIMO, které umožňuje komplexní analýzu jezdeckého tréninku. Během práce s koňmi jej využívá také parkurová jezdkyně Linda Portychová a pomáhá jí tréninky optimalizovat. continue reading
30.4.2020
Today, we would like to present you with another exercise to keep away the boredom and to offer you a chance to challenge yourself a bit! continue reading
29.4.2020
Many equestrians are now at home without sessions with their trainers, or any proper practice whatsoever. We know it is hard to keep training by yourself. That is why we are bringing you an easy exercise you can do alone. Five poles are all you need for it! continue reading
17.4.2020
They say that to every bad situation, there is some positive aspect. That there is always a shed of light no matter how wrong the case seems to be. This so-called silver lining may sometimes be tough to find, but it is still there. continue reading
24.3.2020
When people think about horse riding, many non-equestrians think it is just about sitting in the saddle and not doing anything. Every rider knows this cannot be farther from the truth. Not only is riding challenging mentally, but it also brings out the absolute maximum of riders' physical abilities. continue reading
12.3.2020
The first part described my problem with even spreading of left- and right-handed motion during a session with my gelding.  Get ready for another example of how feelings in the saddle may vary from reality. One of my students has a very hot mare. As the student herself isn't much of an experienced rider, she often tends to get scared. The result? From the moment she climbs into the saddle, she tries ... continue reading
17.1.2020
I believe most of us equestrians know the feeling of struggling to do something our trainer tells us. You may feel like his or her instructions are not precisely clear, or the task he or she has given you is impossible to fulfill. But when you watch a video of your session afterward, you tell yourself: "Oh my god, it looks so easy," or "Oh, it does look different than from the saddle point of view!". Does this ... continue reading
10.1.2020