Interactive English/Western Equitation Workshop with OEf 2012 Coach of the Year, Gloria Nighswander
WHY HOLD AN EQUITATION WORKSHOP?
The term “equitation” can be described in many ways including “balanced” and “centered” riding, or “effective” and “elegant” riding, thus creating flawless communication with the horse.
Rather like the term “dressage”, equitation simply means training. The “art” of equitation means learning not only the actual act of riding, but also understanding the background/historical principles in order to be able to effectively ride your horse through clear and quiet communication.
Correct equitation forms the basis for all ridden disciplines. When taught in an inclusive and comprehensive manner, the student is introduced to the way in which horses think and communicate and also to the way in which horses physically moves and how the rider influences the horse.
Through participating in this workshop, both riders and auditors will be able to enhance their knowledge and equestrian skills.
Special Presentation: Musical Freestyle with Karin Davis
WHERE WILL THE WORKSHOP BE HELD?
This workshop will be held at the Nighswander Equestrian Center located at 1675 St. John’s Sideroad, just east of Leslie Street. This event will be held in the indoor arena.
Stable phone (905) 841 4092;
Gloria’s cell number (905) 751 6771.
Hilary’s phone number (905) 852 2676.
This event is to be a fund-raiser for the Uxbridge Horsemen’s Association.
Gloria Nighswander, Clinician
Registration forms can be hand delivered to the Nighswander
Equestrian Centre or emailed to Hilary Balmer at email@example.com
All riders must show proof of Insurance.
All riders must sign a waiver.
Limited stabling is available, please contact Hilary Balmer for details.
TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
9:00 Coffee and Registration
9:30 Introduction and welcome to our riders and auditors
9:45 – 12:00 First Workshop Session
12:00 – 1:30 Lunch
Musical Freestyle presented by Karin Davis
1:30 Workshop resumes
1:30 - 4:00 Second Workshop Session