All disciplines and rider activities are dependent on the horse’s anatomy and movement – a jumper clearing a fence or a reining horse sliding to a halt. Through the study of biomechanics (how anatomy creates movement) the rider learns and understands:
How to improve performance and to prevent rider lameness
WHY Classical principles and training methods are in alignment with the horse’s natural movement
Through understanding equine biomechanics and following classical training principles, your equine athlete will develop a healthy mental and physical well-being and will be able to perform for many years.
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