Sat, 26 Sept|
Charles Sturt University Equestrian Cent
Groundwork for Functional Movement - Wagga Wagga September 2020
Ground exercises to improve your horse's functional movement. Focusing on improving balance and proprioception.
Time & Location
26 Sept 2020, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm AEST
Charles Sturt University Equestrian Cent, Gobbagombalin NSW 2650, Australia
About the Event
Groundwork techniques to improve your horse's functional movement. Focusing on improving balance and proprioception. Suitable for all horses, no matter age or discipline and is also ideal for rehabilitation. We will cover;
- why groundwork is important for all horses,
- exercises over poles, around barrels, over varied surfaces
- leading positions that set your horse up for success
Based on the principles of The Tellington Method and incorporating some Connected Riding techniques.
Due to current Government restrictions, all participants must be from NSW and specifically from the Riverina Murray as determined by this map https://www.sport.nsw.gov.au/sites/default/files/OOS-Proposed-NSW-Regional-Boundaries.png.
Normally $190 for the day with handouts this workshop is offered at a special rate of $165 for the day.
There is an early bird special of $20 if you pay in full by 3 September.
8 participant spots only.
Day yards extra if required.
This workshop will be led by Rebecca Booth, Equine Sports Therapist, and Tellington Method Equine Practitioner L3.