Discover The Free Secret To Making Working Equitation Obstacles Flow...

So you can enjoy the dance together!

Discover The Free Secret To Making Working Equitation Obstacles Flow...

So you can enjoy the dance together!

Discover The Free Secret To Making
Working Equitation Obstacles

Flow...

So you can enjoy the dance together!

Does it feel awkward to begin the obstacle?

You've seen other riders flow up to and through an obstacle, smooth as an ice-skater.
But when you try it you look like Forest Gump, or a fish out of water.

Does the tempo keep changing?

You feel like you're driving a standard truck instead of riding a horse. Go, Stop, Jerk, Stall...

Does your horse feel tense and resistant?

Riding obstacles has more in common with ballroom dancing, than driving that truck.

Do obstacles get knocked down?

Physics aside, the optimum line of travel through an obstacle is smaller than you think it is.

Does your horse seem frustrated?

Perhaps they're not happy with your driving or navigating. But we can change that.

Are you wondering what the secret to making your obstacles flow is?

 I won't keep you in suspense any longer
(actually I'm just no good at keeping secrets). 

Are you wondering what the secret to making your obstacles flow is?

The one secret to making obstacles flow is...

The approach is everything.

It's that simple

There's no question that an approach is required in order to work an obstacle, but there are Three important keys that most people miss
because they're just trying to get to the next obstacle without going off course or DQing .

Miss any one of them and it will disrupt your horse's flow.

I'll tell you on the next page. But I'll let you know now,

There are three important keys, that most people miss!

Because they're just trying to get to the next obstacle
 without going off course or DQing .

Miss any one of them and it will disrupt your horse's flow.

What You'll Learn

The 3 key pieces that you may be missing or have forgotten, about approaching obstacles.  

The 2 things YOU need to know before your horse can flow through the course.

The 1 crucial key your horse NEEDS to be able to flow through the course.

You may think you have already mastered the approach,
But if you're not flowing through the course as well as you'd like, then your approach is not as good as you think it is.

When you're done you'll know
 what 3 things you need to focus on to flow through the obstacles

So You Can...

  • Smoothly begin the obstacle with confidence
  • With more relaxation and less frustration
  • Making it easier to maintain a consistent temp

And flow through the course!

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Mary Holcomb said:

"Your emphasis is on working the obstacle course at the appropriate level for horse and rider.
 
Planning the course ride to give your horse the best experience.

I think most riders figure this out, but I felt that your course emphasized this."


Hi, I'm Trish Hyatt 

I didn't start out to be a coach. Most of my life I was a horse trainer and problem solver. I was the one that other trainers, coaches, farriers and vets recommended when their owners were stuck, so I worked with horses from a lot of disciplines. 

Many of the horses I was called to help belonged to people that were in the top of their discipline but when you are an expert in something, sometimes it's hard to think outside the box. 


I became a coach as I realized how important it was to teach people how to not create problems in the first place.

I've always used obstacles in training because they are a great test of where the horse is at, or the horse and rider partnership.

The last few years I have specialized in Working Equitation because of the precision that is required in the riding and judging. The obstacles are scored as a dressage test is, with a standard set of obstacles used world-wide and the same requirements for quality performance.

To my lifetime of training horses and working with coaches from different disciplines, I added to my skills becoming an International Coach and Clinician, National and International Top 10 Competitor and a Technical Delegate and Judge of Working Equitation.

It is this combination of skills and diversity that makes me a coach that can speak to you, where you are at now, help you find better ways to get through to your horse, so you can help them make progress, regardless of what your goals are.

I look forward to the opportunity to work with you.

Trish Hyatt