Fleeing like in the jungle!

So, what to do when your out and about with your horse and he has a fair reason to flee? Speaking of fair reason, I mean, a predator. You know, there are so many kind and experienced people who have shared

Read More

Back on Canada’s back

The first time I rode Canada he bucked me off and I got some injuries. After getting better, Yannis discouraged me from riding him again before he could see that I was able to control him. My fall still is

Read More

My last Inclusive Riding Session at Scropton

Hello! So, I have entered the last semester of my course, which means it’s MA Dissertation time! Many things end with the end of the spring semester at university and one of them was the equine therapy sessions organized by

Read More

March Inclusive Session at Scorpton

In general, I try to stick to our RDA’s Inclusive Riders’ session, held once a month at Scorpton RDA Riding and Driving Centre. This month’s session took place last Wednesday, with a really cold weather and my mood was strangely

Read More

Improving!

 Hello! I would like to speak tonight about the lesson I had with the uni at Trent Valley. It was a perfect day for riding in Britain: not too cold, not too warm. At 11:00, two cars full of girls

Read More

Equine Therapy at Scorpton

  I don’t know about you, but, from January onwards, all I think about is horses and… riding them, of course! There’s more and more sunshine in Nottinghamshire and the trips to the yards become more pleasant, as I look

Read More