Tag: Equinerds

Pole Position

This is a lesson that Andrew taught me a few weeks ago, and if you ride with me at Harwood Hall you will recognise it well. Pole work isn’t something that I naturally think of doing very often, but there are a lot of…

The Parade

So I have a little confession to make – last week I wrote an article that referenced The Parade a lot, and I could have sworn up and down that I had already written about this particular technique. I would have been wrong. So,…

Case Study 1 – The Fjord Horse

Why hello there! We’re sorry we’ve been away for so long – we’ll try not to do it again. Echo Age – 6 Breed – Norwegian Fjord Horse Level – Fairly novice. Walk and trot established, competing at Intro. Temperament – laid back but…

Pivot!

A quick note before we start – it is our intention to start using pictures again. We’ve had a chat about it and decided that if trolls can’t handle pictures of horses in real life training situations then it’s up to them to get…

The Charles Lessons

I know this site is dedicated to all things Andrew, but I figured that as it’s Charles de Kunffy we’re talking about, I could make an exception. The TTT don’t allow for publication of images taken there (trolls ruin everything. Everything.) so we are…

Fundamentals

Hi all, Apologies for the lack of pictures in this post – we’re fresh out of up to date ones, and the horses, particularly Otis, have all come a long way since the last lot were taken, so you’ll have to use your imaginations…

Portal Techniques – Crossed Reins

“Sometimes the contact can get in the way of the truth” – Andrew J Murphy Hi all, We’re taking a quick break from Andrew’s Number Six Stretch series, secondarily because transcribing is a long and painful process, no matter how much you love the…