Pretty cool rider this one. Handled a rear and spin with no stirrups, like a pro. People flying drones and using light reflectors to film a movie was a bit much for Juno. Also. A roll was essential ... !?? So she dropped and rolled. .. first time for everything?! Thanks for being such an amazing sport @emfequine.
When the neighbours give you free range eggs to ride home with 😁🐔🐴👌
Let @emfequine hold your horse for 5 minutes and she'll have her doing tricks 😉
More from the #Summeroflove ... my happy horse getting some spoiling from lovely @emfequine. Miss "I don't do affection" Summer was all smoochy and lovey-dovey. .. so gorgeous to see her feeling so good. #horsetherapy #mastertonmethod #horsemassage #emfequine
Cute!! It was a bit of a love fest when @emfequine gave Summer some #bodywork today! As an #ottb , Summer has only recently got the idea of grooming a friend... I have seen her groom her filly Trinny maybe twice ever... but this felt so GOOD she gave Trin a huge long smooch 😍
So tempted to give Summer a nifty little show mane but at the same time I love her shiny locks. To trim or not to trim? 🤔🤔 Help!
Fascinating session at @SunaPilatesNZ with Master Trainer & Kinesiologist Susie - blog in bio about Pilates for equestrians! Swipe to see the before and after of my postural adjustment ... my locked knees demonstrated in this first photo also! With the best will in the world, a wonderful riding trainer and a deep and comprehensive knowledge of riding techniques, we can still be our horse’s biggest problem. If we are unbalanced and stiff, our horses cannot move freely and with balance. If we have overly tense muscles or sit unevenly, our horses may fall in on a circle, be heavy on the forehand, or land badly from a jump. Our horse's backs, legs and overall health can be damaged; or they can be dealing with constant discomfort from their rider being unbalanced - or simply not fit enough to ride fluidly. So, how can #Pilates make us better riders? #Equestrians worldwide are increasingly looking to supplement their horse riding fitness with other forms of exercise that add strength, balance and flexibility – and make them an asset to their horse’s performance rather than a load the horse must cope with. When the horse and human are both balanced, they become like one biomechanical creature.” – Susie Practicing Pilates helps us become more mindful, balanced, stronger, flexible, and get cardio fit. Add and kinesiology to iron out your body and get it working well, and you have the physical basis for becoming an excellent rider and partner for your horse. Check out their online workouts at pilates.co.nz