Pressure is that beast we’ve all had to grapple with at a competition in one form or another, we take a look at how pressure impacts ua all differently and some advice on how to deal with it.
How many times have you heard ‘horse riding isn’t exercise, the horse does all the work’? Almost anyone who has ever sat on a horse could tell you this is not true, so we took a look at some of the data from BE Head Office staff from their own Fitbits to see exactly what exercise you are getting and the benefits eventing can have on your fitness.
Often, one result of spending more hours in the saddle is being better equipped to take action as soon as you feel things aren’t going quite to plan. These quick reactions can be the difference between finishing on your dressage score and finishing in the dirt.
Are there any riders among us who believe their bodies work as well as they should do? Whose lower back never hurts, whose joints always move flexibly and freely, whose body symmetry is as good as it can be?
Riding with accuracy is important in every phase of eventing. From improving your centre lines and transitions in dressage to conﬁdently tackling narrow fences and tricky lines on the cross country course. BE Master Coach, Caroline Moore, reveals a few of her favourite exercises to help your accuracy in all phases.