Horserocker webinar for free

horserocker webinar

The wide range of training options for horses seesaws inspire more and more horse lovers. Discover in this webinar, how your four-legged training partner can safely learn to master instable surfaces, the benefits to reap. Learn how physiologically correct seesawing looks like. We will put a focus on to achieve the specifics movements that generate the most benefit from the gymnastics equipment.  We look forward to meet many seesawing enthusiasts on all levels, newcomers or professionals.

With an Edudip account, you can participate in this webinar free of charge.

An Osteopath’s Look at Horse Rockers

Horse rockers & osteopathy

Gymnastics with Steigerwald equipment is a great way to promote your horse’s bodily and mental health. On Sunday, 4 November 2018, Antje Tjarks of PferdeReha Friesland www.horsefriendship.de will hold a workshop at Hof Steigerwald.

We will concentrate on physiologically benefical seesawing techniques, because the correct technique matters a great deal. In order to achieve the highest possible benefit for the musculoskeletal system of the horses, we need to develop a good eye for the desired muscle activities. Equally important is practical knowledge of the individual training steps, the choice of the right feeding points and, of course, exact timing.

Time: 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Price: 60 Euros

Sign up online at our shop www.pferdewippen.de.

Dental Care for Horses

Tequila had massive dental problems, resulting in extractions. During post op care she should have had dental care including interdental cleaning and rinsing. But how to do that when the horse turns its head sideways as soon as the caring hands draw near to its mouth?

The answer is medical training.

There will be a two-step workshop at the VHS Bruchhausen-Vilsen, a theory part at the school on April 12, and a hands-on part on the Steigerwald Ranch, Ochtmannien, on April 26.

Training specialist for Equines

Joost Harenborg accompanied us at the very first seminar of the training specialist horse and captured the mood of this unique seminar format wonderfully.

Since the first series of the Training Specialist for Equines started in September, we have been proudly watching the progress of the twelve highly motivated trainers via our Facebook homework group. Now, we are looking forward to module 2 on November 25 and 26. The topic will be ‘signal control’.  We still have last-minute tickets for participants in the theoretical parts available.