104 The Bottom-Line in Horsemanship
What you'll learn
- You will learn the bottom-line 'secrets' of good gymnastic riding and the two golden rules. With these there will always be successful riding. Without them there is faults, resistance, and ruin
- We'll literally draw lines-in-the-sand that separate real and good riding from the rest.
- The most important pre-requisite is an unwavering love of horses and riding -- preferably lifelong.
- It's also important you have a real yearning for the true, right way-of-going.
We are literally going to draw a line in the sand that separates real riders from the rest. Which side of the line are you on?
After this class, YOU'LL be the one drawing the lines...and your lines will be CERTAIN !
Horses LOVE this. Horses LOVE to know what we expect and they LOVE to do what we want from them. The more deliberate, certain, and specific we can be with our horses, the more CONFIDENT they are. This is the secret to gymnastic good training and riding and making happy sound horses.
As usual in all of the course-work, we rely ONLY on the proven masters instructions; we never rely on popular opinions and theories. This is world-class training for EVERYONE and ANYONE and ANY HORSE ANYWHERE.
Good riding is good riding.
The ideas we are training are mandatory and they are so simple and they work. The difference they make when we ride with them is permanent and wonderful!
Remember: As riders we teach ideas and a language to the horses. This is the bottom-line!
Who this course is for:
- Students who will benefit from this class are those who want to ride and train properly no matter what. Is this you ?
1) Jane Frizzell has been called "an F.E.I. rider's secret weapon" and is known as a trainer's trainer. She has been riding for 50 years; 32 years as a professional. She started the original SCHOOLMASTERS' ACADEMY in 1994. RideVerbatim is her new venture in 2020.
Jane's own thorough education was overseen by un-compromising masters: the late Major Anders Lindgren, the late Dietrich von Hopfgarten, and the late João Oliveira. The first half of her career was fully supervised and spent on FEI horses whose foundations were rock, not sand— horses trained by geniuses like Rehbein, Klimke, Hinneman, and Mikolka.
2) Soñador XVIII demonstrates the textbooks and FEI requirements to the letter in the RLC Video Series. His education was made by the late Georg Theodorescu.