The Swedish Equestrian Federation requires all participants in local competitions and above to have attended a "Greencard course" which basically means that you know about rules in competitions, and how to handle and carry a horse before and during the competition. It may be certainties but it's a requirement from The Federation to be able to compete.
I was born into a horsefamily and i've always had horses around me. I got my first own pony when i was six, and after that i've owned several different horses. Most recently a welsh pony, whom i competed in showjumping and dressage with. During my 18 years on this planet i've owned horses, ridden many different types of horses, worked at different stables and competed in showjumping, dressage and also some western, especially western riding, trail and reining. I am also a fan of natural horsemanship. As a leader, building trust between horse and rider is very important.
I've attended several western courses with my mom. Focusing about natural horsemanship and understanding a horse's nature and mind. I've red Natural Horsemanship and watched The Seven Games by Pat Parelli many times. And clearly, i really enjoy his way of working.
Mostly on my own horses, but also on others. I've always liked and thought that riding different types of horses gives experience and also understanding for different individuals. Riding video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzwyO9IV7WU&t=11s
Several local and also regional competitions in Sweden, with several profits in western, showjumping and dressage.
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