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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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My Favourite Clippers My Favourite Clippers
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My Favourite Clippers

By Amanda Wilson | Thursday, 7 November 2019

Having good clippers makes such a difference to your clipping job and your horses level of comfort. For much of our riding career, we clipped our horses with big, bulky, plugin clippers that tended to get very hot and very loud which is not really ideal when handling young and easily excitable horses.


How To Correctly Position A Pelham How To Correctly Position A Pelham
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How To Correctly Position A Pelham

By Amanda Wilson | Wednesday, 30 October 2019

This video shows you how to position the bit in your horse's mouth as well as fitting a chain should you be using a Pelham.


Teaching Patience On The Ground Teaching Patience On The Ground
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Teaching Patience On The Ground

By Amanda Wilson | Sunday, 27 October 2019

In the video below I show you how I teach patience on the ground with Rosie, a young three-year-old mare. 


Whiskers And Their Importance! Whiskers And Their Importance!
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Whiskers And Their Importance!

By Amanda Wilson | Thursday, 24 October 2019
For a long time, trimming whiskers on your horse was an acceptable practice for aesthetic reasons. However, after much research, it is now very...