How EquiAmi training aids work.
When we ride our horse, we ride it in a loop. This loop consists of our right arm, right shoulder, left shoulder, left arm, left hand, left rein, the bit, the right rein, the right hand and back to the right arm. This loop gives and takes with the horse as he lengthens and shortens and moves with the horse around turns and circles to keep a soft, consistent contact. We are taught that, in order to have softness and acceptance in the horse, we need to keep a soft, consistent contact with the horse via this communication loop. When there is tension or rigidity in the loop caused by fixed hands or tight arms, we are met with resistance and tension in the horse.
- Fab endorsement for our cavesson
- Natalie Povey - para dressage rider
- Endorsement from Christain Landolt
- EquiAmi, stride length, speed and asymmetry
- Building topline with EquiAmi - endorsement
- Questions about the rope we use
- EquiAmi and stride length
- New Endorsement - Natasha Baker MBE
Changes to delivery/P&P
Owing to increased postal charges and the lack of tracking by Royal Mail we will now be using ADS overnight delivery service for all parcels. This will require that you give a delivery address where the parcel can be signed or clear instructions otherwise but it is proving to be a totally reliable, quick and fully tracked service and we are very pleased with it. Delivery charges have had to increase slightly but at least your parcel will be delivered promptly and we will know where it is.
We've had a great weekend for new endorsements. They've come from several different people both here and abroad. They're on our facebook page - timeline. You can go and see them here: