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Horse & Rider Training Tips

What does it take to have Podium Potential at any level of eventing? Join renowned coach Caroline Moore for this in-depth series, exploring what it takes to be the best you can be. Part 4 explains how to 'add' to the overall quality of your dressage performance

During the last six weeks we have discussed a lot of elements to do with physical training for the Eventing rider The next question is, what do I do with this information?

When it comes to horse riding, endurance comes in two forms - muscular and cardiovascular, and each is important in its own right to achieve a fit eventing athlete

Learn about the different styles of cross-country obstacle, incorporating our video footage to help you achieve a faultless round. Part Four covers Step Down, Water and a Hidden/False Ground Rail

Eventing is a High Intensity Interval based discipline. So, what sort of cardio training should eventing riders do?

Learn about the different styles of cross-country obstacle, incorporating our video footage to help you achieve a faultless round. Part Three covers Roofed, Ditch and Step Up fences

Why practising Pilates off the horse can only benefit your experience on the horse and the perfect video exercises to begin your routine

In this series of articles, we take a look through the different styles of cross-country obstacle, incorporating our video footage to help you achieve a faultless round. Part Two covers Angled, Corner and Skinny fences

Today, we are going to talk about Strength Training and Theory for riders - something you can take into account not only for yourself, but also very useful and relevant to inform training routines with your horses

Learn more about the different styles of cross-country obstacle, with our video footage to help visualise a faultless round. Part One covers Ascending, Parallel – open or boxed and Upright fences

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