Want to understand how to really ride your horse for optimum performance, based on his true biomechanics?

Want to consolidate information from Science of Motion?

...then these clinics are the place to be!

Bringing you the latest gymnastic training techniques

Debbie has been an equitation instructor all her working life, specialising in Showjumping and Dressage and is a long term student of Jean Luc Cornille (Science of Motion). She will teach you to have a better understanding of the biomechanics of the horse's vertebral column, which is the basis of all it's body movements and how to correctly develop and coordinate the horses' physique so he can perform and move soundly. Through correct training you can improve the physical and mental health of your horse, solving many problems such as asymmetry, straightness and loss of balance in both horse and rider.

 

Learn how to change the way you sit, change the way you think and adopt a positive mental attitude. Whether you are a novice or advanced rider, you will evolve from teaching obedience to learning your horse's language, all whilst keeping your horse sound, happy and confident.

This clinic is also ideal for those struggling with performance related soundness.

Bookings

Riders

To get the most out of these weekends, we recommend booking the clinic and then a lesson on the following day. Of course, this is not mandatory, just a top tip!

28th and 29th April
7th and 8th July
8th and 9th September

Spectators

Spectators are welcome for a small fee of £20 per day or £30 for the weekend.

Spectator options

Clinic information

Each day will start at 09.30 and finish around 17.00. Both the morning and afternoon sessions will start with theory and follow with individual lessons. All riders and spectators are invited to be interactive in these sessions to facilitate their learning.

 

The venue is very open, so please bring clothing for all weathers, from suncream to raincoats! There is a large viewing marquee for spectators, should it rain.

 

Spectators, there is no need to bring your own chair as we have seating at the venue.

 

Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided all day, but please bring your own lunch and anything else you might need. Should you prefer to go out at lunchtime, the Three Horseshoes pub across the road serves good food, or there is an Asda superstore two miles away that has a range of hot and cold food options. Additionally, the nearby town of Marlow has a variety of shops, delis and supermarkets.

 

Respectfully, we ask that spectators do not bring dogs to the venue. This is because we have our own dogs that will be on site throughout the weekend.

Accommodation

You are welcome to camp onsite in your horsebox, or caravan, but please note that there is no hook up. 

Below we have comprised a short list of local hotel/B&B options and there are many more in the area:-

 

Premier Inn Marlow

The Causeway

Marlow

Buckinghamshire SL7 2AA

www.premierinn.com

 

Crowne Plaza Marlow

Fieldhouse Lane

Marlow

Buckinghamshire SL7 1GJ

www.ihg.com

 

Glade End Guest House

2 Little Marlow Road

Marlow

Buckinghamshire SL7 1HD

www.gladeend.co.uk

 

Holiday Inn High Wycombe

Handy Cross

High Wycombe

Buckinghamshire HP11 1TL

www.hihighwycombehotel.com