‘I’m not just a coach!’

‘I’m not just a coach!’

Sharon Edwards is held in affection and respect by both the professional and amateur riders that she teaches and by judges when she competes, but she is a bit of a “back room girl”. She is quietly kept very busy with her coaching diary and because she is also...

Has your horse received and understood your message?

In her series of articles about developing successful human-equine partnerships with the insights provided by Neurolinguistic Programming, Wendy Jago, an NLP Master Practitioner and coach, considers Presupposition 2. This is ‘the meaning of a message is what the...

An NLP path approach to improved performance

Horses respond to their own map of reality, their senses are on a different scale to ours and they have different priorities. It’s our job to understand them as horses not as less intelligent human beings. Wendy Jago, a List 3 Dressage Judge, NLP Master Practitioner...
Invest in Iberian futures now!

Invest in Iberian futures now!

PROFESSIONAL RIDERS take note: the Iberians are coming and former big business manager and Grand Prix rider Karen Shepherd and her Pepperwood Park stud and training centre can put you on the inside track. She believes that if British riders ignore Iberian gene pool...

Dressage judging is a moral issue

DRESSAGE JUDGING is a highly moral activity, writes judge Wendy Jago, “This is not simply because we do our best as judges to discriminate wisely and accurately about the differing qualities of specific movements, or horses’ overall way of going, but, more...

Please don’t shoot the ‘half-brained’ judge!

COMPETING would be so much easier if we didn’t have a dressage judge eyeballing our every move making us feel nervous and putting us under additional pressure, when we already have enough to think about! Danielle Olding, who leads coaching company “From the Neck Up”...

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