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Horse Rider's Mechanic - (Rider Biomechanics) ''Simply brilliant - brilliantly simple''

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The elusive horse riding 'Independent Seat' & how to get one

May 06, 2021

How can you ride well when you do not have a perfect body?

May 16, 2021

How to find your (horse riding) Centre of Gravity (CoG)

May 22, 2021

''I just can’t tell you how much difference The Horse Rider Mechanics Course has made to my riding. After many years of lessons, I knew that there was something just not right about my riding and your information and guidance has changed everything. I could never keep my legs in position and my rising trot seemed to produce short choppy strides in my horses. Since I’ve worked with your programme this has all changed. I can’t thank you enough.''

Jill Farmers (Braidwood - Australia)

Your stirrup length - what is too long, too short, just right?

Jul 15, 2021

Your horse riding confidence - can you get it back?

Jun 30, 2021

As a horse rider do you wish you had longer legs?

Aug 24, 2021

"I have to tell you that the article you wrote on The Independent Seat is truly amazing! Maybe it is because I am wanting that material and have been searching online and haven't come across anything that comes within cooee of your article...and maybe it is just brilliant in its own right?! Thanks - I am working on it and appreciate your writing from such an understanding angle."

Jane Butler (Australia)

Which saddle type is best for good rider biomechanics?

May 10, 2022

Horse riding without stirrups - a good idea? Yes? No?

May 03, 2021

Is there such a thing as a natural (horse) rider?

May 02, 2021

"As an equine behaviourist and trainer, I help horse owners with behavioural issues, and I also provide training sessions for groundwork, ridden work, handling, etc. Horses that have behavioural issues under saddle often struggle due to the rider being unbalanced or having slight issues with their position or seat. I studied HRM as a form of CPD to further my knowledge on this topic so that I was able to provide clients with a more holistic solution alongside the behaviour modification, training & complementary therapies.

I have found this course to be very helpful in providing me with further knowledge of rider biomechanics and whenever I am now teaching behaviour-based riding lessons or working with behavioural issues under saddle, I use the knowledge I learned from the HRM course to analyse the rider's position and seat and ensure that there are no issues there. I find that this really complements the behaviour modification and training really well.''

Alex Le Grand EBQ PPGBI - Equine Behaviourist & Trainer (UK)

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Linda Galpin (UK)

''The Horse Rider's Mechanic System has made a huge difference to my relationship with my horse Milly. I have ridden all my life but Jane showed me how to fix some problems that were blocking our progression.''

Bibi Liati (AUS)

''Jane has revolutionised my riding, plus many others that have attended clinics at my property 'The B B Ranch'. She just has such a great way of explaining to riders, both inexperienced and advanced alike. I call her my horsey hero and I cannot praise her enough.''

Kitty Jones (USA)

''What I love most about The Horse Rider's Mechanic System of riding (and teaching) is that it breaks what can be complex issues down into bite sized pieces and teaches you step by step what you really need to know.''

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