Horse Riding Instructors

Horse Riding Instructors

Horse Riding Instructors

The best way to learn a new skill or to improve a skill is to learn from some-one who already has these skills.

Many of us commence our teaching career by helping solve other people’s horse problems.

But to be a safe, effective horse riding instructor, other knowledge should be acquired and other skills developed.

 

Visit Our ‘Course Pathway’ Page To Become A Qualified Horse Riding Instructor


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    Your Number 1 burning question about horses.

    Hi! People from all over the world have told me that they love the newsletters I’ve been sending you. You’re welcome! Now I’d love to ask you a favour . . . Please let me know your #1 burning question about horses, horse business and equestrian coaching Then I’ll answer the most common questions that […]

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    Starting Green Horses and Green Riders

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    What Horse Riders Want vs What They Need

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    Learning Styles

    What learning style do you use to learn more when learning about horses?

    Finding the right horse-riding instructor Knowing and understanding your type of learning style is a great start to finding the right horse-riding instructor. When you find one who understands your learning style and adapts their lesson to match, they you can progress your understanding of horses and riding much quicker than having a horse-riding instructor […]

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    Teaching New Horse Riding Skills in Four Stages

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    Where is the best place to be positioned when teaching horse riding?

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    Frustration From Horses or Passion For Horses?

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    How to be a Better Coach

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