Dressage and ground work.
Experienced tutor of children and adults.
When I teach and ride myself, safety always comes first.
I am only seeking a position in Italy.
My current horse Chopin (pictures) 20 years now, is still going strong doing piaf, passage and other school work, as well as I have trained and use him as a showhorse - at events like the Renaissance Festival at Castle Kronborg in Helsingør (pics) and in a theater in Hvalsø. I also use him for schooling pupils, because he is very experienced and secure.
For me riding has been a huge interest of mine since childhood. I think riding can be life changing, when things are best, it is the place where you lose yourself and find yourself again in a much better version. The moment where there is a perfect symbiose between human and animal, where you can not distingush where your body ends and the horse begins. In these golden seconds - time cease to exist and you can not be more happy.
Just like the difference between driving a Citröen Berlingo or driving a Maserati :-)
I am very good with training difficult horses. Due to my experience training damaged and abused horses, which I train in long reins, which is invaluable also with young horses. For the former it alters their mindset and for the latter it is a much safer method, cause they will be fully steerable, before I ride them.
It is furthermore an excellent tool to train a horse effectively in a short time and it builds a lot of muscle fast. It is not to be compared to lunging.
I like riding dressage, ground work, but also trekking in the countryside.
When I was an adolescent I rode military, hunting and jumping, but now I am not so much of a jumper.
I have tutored children and adults after classical riding principles, where I teach them the theory of riding, practice as well as horsemanship. I think the best method, is to use an advanced school horse, so that the pupils will advance fast and then afterwards they can try more diffiult horses.
I have participated in competitions to medium level.
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