VIDEO AND LIVE LESSONS


Video coaching offers ongoing support for you and your horse regardless of where you are located or how often your chosen trainer may travel to your area. This is the next best thing to riding together!

 

Here in Horsemanship Hub we offer online lessons with some of our favourite trainers. Watch this space as we bring more and more on board!

 

How it works:

 

Step 1: Schedule your lesson using the link under each trainer section below

Step 2: Send us your video file

OR: Live stream your lesson! We would only recommend that you opt for the Live option if you have GREAT internet connection at your yard. The Live option works especially well if you have previously had a video lesson.

Step 3: A few minutes before your scheduled lesson, click the meeting link sent to you via email. You will be directed to the video call and your trainer will meet you there.

 

Detailed instructions are on each booking link. Enjoy!

"Brilliant - great system to cope with the present circumstances - congratulations!" Lindy Wood

 

"The info about what to expect is really great and detailed." Alison Cheetham


BOOK YOUR TRAINER

Ben Atkinson

Professional stunt rider, horse trainer and liberty artist

 

Ben's horsemanship is spellbinding. He will wow you with fearless stunt riding, Classical Dressage and the art of Liberty! And now he can teach you to do the same...

 

Ben has enviable horsemanship knowledge in so many areas, there is not much that he couldn't help with! In your video you are welcome to choose a few things for Ben to coach you with, maybe some ground skills, Liberty of course, Classical Dressage... the list could go on and on...!

Kat Pickering

Professional stunt rider and riding instructor 

 

With an aptitude for hanging upside down on horses, Kat’s real passion is for Classical Dressage and Liberty. She studied Sports Science with Coaching at University and combines her understanding of coaching and psychology with her experience training horses. With a holistic approach to horse riding, Kat will help you develop your skills in the saddle and on the ground, and help you understand how to link the two. She will also aim to help you and your horse develop a deeper relationship at any level.  

 

 

Sean Coleman

Foundation and development specialist

 

Sean's approach and philosophy towards horse training spans all disciplines at every level. His mission is to share knowledge, understanding and compassion for the horse whilst still getting great results. Sean's focus is to help people become better for their horses so their horses can become better for them, no matter what their discipline or goals.

 

Whatever you are having problems with, or if you are simply looking to refine your skills and be the best you can be, Sean will be able to help you!

Debbie Sneddon

Equitation instructor and movement specialist

 

Debbie's talent lies in a deep and intuitive understanding of how the horse's body moves most efficiently and how the rider's body can affect it.

Debbie will teach you how to correctly develop and coordinate his 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. Whatever your level, you will evolve from teaching obedience to learning your horse's language, all whilst keeping your horse sound, happy and confident.

Jean Luc Cornille

Soundness specialist; Science of Motion

 

The Science of Motion approach works based on scientific proof that the abnormality exists first and it is the repetition of abnormal movement that causes injury. By correcting the abnormality early enough, it is possible to prevent the pathological changes that cause lameness. Likewise, even in lame horses, correcting the inherent abnormality is imperative for recovery and soundness.

 

This approach has been successful in rehabilitating many different chronic disabilities including severe cases of navicular disease and kissing spines.


More trainers are joining Horsemanship Hub all the time. Watch this space!