Accuracy is important when schooling your horse. Using trees as markers is a great way to help make your transitions more precise. It will keep both you and your horse focused whilst hacking, which is important so that you keep safe and in control...
Having a high visibility accessory on the front of your horse hugely improves visibility from the front view. When an accessory is on the moving head of the horse, it creates a flashing affect similar to when you see a flashing light, as the head movement catches the eye.
In this episode we talk to a lovely member of the DVR team, Nicole. We talk to Nicole about how fitness and yoga can aid your riding, how she's keeping busy during lock down, and living with Cystic Fibrosis.
Lydia represents Jamaica competitively and produces her own and others horses. Lydia also spends time mentoring minority riders and focusing on creating opportunities, increasing diversity and inclusion.
Callum took on his first livery yard at the age of 16 after using his pocket money to share horses, and puts on training camps with the likes of Piggy French, Ros Canter, Gemma Tattersall, Caroline Moore, Harry Meade and Ben Hobday to name a few.
In response to the Coronavirus and lock downs surrounding this, DVR launches first ever podcast series, Conversations from Isolation. Over the course of the series, DVR founder Danielle will talk to a range of interesting horsey people of all different ages and walks of life to bring you fresh and interesting conversations.