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The inspiration behind this website was conceptualized from my own coaching; having trained and worked with thousands of riders across the country through our camps and clinics, and from my own personal experiences and challenges. Through both of these aspects I have come to realize that the majority of issues we as riders deal with, tend to be much more complex than a one hour fix and although we can get amazing progress in this time, the underlying problems often go much deeper. I see too many riders struggling to know how to take the next step forward without full-time access to top trainers and experts, and as a result, their confidence and ability to progress is severely impaired.

 

In the articles on my Blog page, I cover many of the lessons I have learnt on my journey from starting at the very bottom to competing with success at Grand Prix and World Cup height in New Zealand. These articles cover a very diverse range of equestrian topics, (including lots of videos) on ridden work, sports physiology, goal making, ground handling, turn-out tips and so much more. To sign up and to get access to these, it is just $12.99 per month!

 

 

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Whitakers Second Time Jumping Whitakers Second Time Jumping
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Whitakers Second Time Jumping

By Amanda Wilson | Monday, 14 October 2019

PROGRESSING TO UPRIGHTS AND OXERS

The video below is a follow on from https://theformula.co.nz/The-Vault/The-Vault-Details/teaching-whitaker-to-jump and shows how I progress my young horses from their first time jumping to their second time jumping. Of course, how much I do with any given horse depends on what they are ready for. Some horses need more time at the very...


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Dealing With Competition Nerves Dealing With Competition Nerves
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Dealing With Competition Nerves

By Amanda Wilson | Monday, 14 October 2019
Any sport comes with a degree of pressure especially as you go up the levels, but showjumping and horse riding in general certainly take on a...


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Teaching The Draw In With A Tarp Teaching The Draw In With A Tarp
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Teaching The Draw In With A Tarp

By Amanda Wilson | Tuesday, 8 October 2019
Check out the video below for how I teach a horse to face what they are afraid of. I love this technique because you don't have to force scary...


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The Trot In Exercise The Trot In Exercise
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The Trot In Exercise

By Amanda Wilson | Friday, 27 September 2019
I've done a previous video on the 'Trot In' exercise, but I thought I would do a refresher and show you a couple of 'correct'...


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Teaching A Horse How To Use Their Bodies Better Teaching A Horse How To Use Their Bodies Better
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Teaching A Horse How To Use Their Bodies Better

By Amanda Wilson | Tuesday, 17 September 2019
This exercise is a carry on from https://theformula.co.nz/The-Vault/The-Vault-Details/the-lunging-system-i-use-for-building-topline and...


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