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Jan Vinckier is a well-known rider, trainer, and horseman. Competing on the highest level from a young age, Jan has now chosen the path of a trainer, and although he still rides, most of his energy is spent on coaching. In the interview today, Jan spills the biggest challenges of teaching riders and how EQUIMO helps him overcome these challenges. continue reading
Radovan Šillo and Monika Ničová are a great example of a well-functioning showjumping team. From their home near Slovakian Pezinok, they travel to shows across Europe where Rado competes in the highest classes, and Monika takes care of their four-legged partners. Although there is a whole team taking care of their home-stable, you can usually see only Rado and Monika at shows.  continue reading
Intensity is the name for the amount of effort a horse puts into training. Although it may seem difficult at first, the knowledge and ability to work with intensity, as the headline hints, may become a significant help for several reasons. You can make sure your horse's training is neither less nor more intense than you intend to. It gives you a general knowledge of your horse's health state, and it also provides an excellent guidepost to help structure your training. continue reading
Calories are often discussed among riders who need to watch out for their diet to stay in shape. However, our horse partner's calorie income is an important subject too. The knowledge of how much energy your horse burns and needs to supplement is the foundation of a proper feeding dose that affects your horse's overall health. continue reading
Na začátku roku 2020 přijal český reprezentant Ondřej Zvára možnost nestranně vyzkoušet EQUIMO tracker. Po návratu ze španělské Sunshine tour Ondru naplno zastihla krize spojená s COVID-19, a tudíž tracker testuje hlavně v domácím prostředí. V dnešním rozhovoru jezdec Stáje Arcus povídá nejen o zkušenostech s EQUIMEM, ale především o jeho aktuálním tréninku a vyhlídkách na Olympijské hry v Tokyu. continue reading