• Latest Blog from Para Dressage Rider Natalie Povey

    Latest Blog from Para Dressage Rider Natalie Povey

    Hi All, This month has been split between viewings and training. Elton has made huge progress in his training and is much straighter in his work, so we have started to introduce lateral work to develop his suppleness as well as giving him more to think about. At first the lady who rides Elton for me, Helen, taught him what the moving sideways was...
  • Latest Blog from Para Dressage Rider Natalie Povey

    Latest Blog from Para Dressage Rider Natalie Povey

    We are off to our first competition together at the weekend which I am really looking forward to – I had hoped to be out competing sooner so we could qualify for the British Para Dressage Winter Championship next year but I have had a nightmare with Elton’s passport as we had to apply for a duplicate – we have been going round in...
  • Latest Blog from Endurance Rider Louise Rich

    Latest Blog from Endurance Rider Louise Rich

    The endurance season is over for this year and what a season we have had! The horses have really stepped up and I am very excited about 2016. Oakleaze Farm Cziko has qualified for the World Championships next year. I am hoping to get the other two Oakleaze Farm Czamak and Oakleaze Farm Czako qualified also. All three will go on to compete in...
  • Introducing Snuggy Hoods sponsored rider Louise Rich

    Introducing Snuggy Hoods sponsored rider Louise Rich

    My name is Louise Rich I am 23 years old and I work for B&W Equine group as well as being an equine sports massage therapist. I compete in endurance with my own homebred Arabs, I have 5 competition horses in total, two of them are at FEI level one being 2* & the other 4*. These two horses Cziko & Czamak are my...
  • July Blog from Para Dressage Rider Natalie Povey

    July Blog from Para Dressage Rider Natalie Povey

    This month we have been working hard on our training at home as well as developing our partnership. We have been working on our transitions from walk to trot and trot to walk making sure Elton stays relaxed and seeking the contact and that I am sitting up into the transitions but staying relaxed through my body as well as breathing into the transitions....
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