It may seem strange in the middle of this unprecedented World-wide pandemic, but let's use this time of lockdown to learn, and plan, and improve In tandem with super-coach Alison Kenward i have been looking at how I can plan to improve, and not just in terms of lessons which are becoming increasingly difficult to arrange right now We are all very well aware these days of the fact that our horses are athletes, and as such we need to support their well-being. Are we as aware that we are athletes too? Our imbalances and physical weaknesses affect our horses, and so we need to focus on our own fitness and strength just as much If, like me, you drive a desk all week it's difficult to fit in all you need to do - particularly when you know that out of the saddle exercise is just as important as in the saddle exercise Similarly, if my brain is full of the things I need to do at work, at home, and with my horses it's tough to get myself into the right mindset on demand, s
How to Excel At Being Average
How to Excel At Being Average - a monthly diary of the ups and downs of horse ownership, with Tamasine and Beau Bayou the legend. Riding Club fun and trying to improve - from an 'average' rider!