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POLEWORK BASICS (ONLINE COURSE)

Lina Zacha & Barbro Lagergren

 24.80  19.84 inc. VAT

20 EXERCISES FOR ALL HORSES AND RIDERS

POLEWORK: BASICS is an online course which helps you get started with polework.
The online course complements our books perfectly, but also works great on it’s own.

If you can relate to one or more of the following items,
POLEWORK: BASICS is the perfect course for you!

  • I want to start using poles in my training but don’t know how I should start.
  • I train with poles sometimes but want to consolidate or repeat the basics.
  • I have a green horse.
  • I want to get inspiration of easy, everyday exercises.
  • I need exercises with maximum of 4 poles.

 

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AN ONLINE COURSE FOR ALL DEVICES
You can view the course material on a computer, tablet and mobile, as long as the unit has a internet connection.

START TODAY
You get access to the full course directly after your purchase. If you are a new BRIGHTMARE customer, we will send you a username and password via email. With your log in details, you can sign in and have full access on our website.
An instruction email about this, is sent out separately.

THE LICENSE LENGTH
When you buy the online course, you buy a one year license, from the purchase date. After that, the license can be renewed yearly.
Updates within the license period are included in the license and are available to you automatically.

COURSE MATERIAL
The online course consists of 20 exercises that are built with the maximum of 4 poles and all with written instructions, illustrations and video snippets. Additionally, you get 5 information chapters:
Ground & Equipment, Materials, Seat & Frame, Adjusted Training and Competitions.

TRAIN WHENEVER YOU WANT
You have no time commitments. Take part of all course material whenever and as often as you want within the license period.

SUPPORT
Course teachers Barbro Lagergren & Lina Zacha  answer all your questions over the course period. 

COURSE CONTENT

20 EXERCISES
Various tracks in forward seat
Shorten & Lengthen the canter strides between poles
Halt between poles
Straight track over poles
Circle over poles
Serpentines over poles
Poles series
Cavaletti series
Gridwork
Backing up between poles
Backing up in L-obstacle
Turn in a box
And more…

DISTANCE
How do you measure the distance correctly for your own particular pony/horse?

GROUND & EQUIPMENT
What distinguishes a good vs bad ground?
Which saddle should you use for polework?
Different leg protection models
Learn how to wrap up the legs like a pro!

MATERIALS
What poles work best for this type of exercises?
How to make your own poles.

SEAT & FRAME
The riders seat in different saddles
The riders aids
Basic riding
The horse’s frame

ADJUSTED TRAINING
How does one train a hot horse to become calmer?
How does one train a lethargic horse to become motivated?
What should one think about when it comes to the young, the unfit, the scared or the elderly horse?
What should one do when the horse is careless and stumbles?

COMPETITIONS
Show Jumping
Why do all horses need jumping  training?
Trail
Why do all riders find benefits in Trail?
Working Equitation
Why do all riders find benefits in Working Equitation?

WANT TO JOIN?

 24.80  19.84 inc. VAT

POLEWORK BASICS (ONLINE COURSE)

20 EXERCISES
FOR ALL HORSES AND RIDERS

Lina Zacha & Barbro Lagergren

PB-shadow
Choose your currency:

 24.80  19.84 inc. VAT

POLEWORK: BASICS is an online course which helps you get started with polework.
The online course complements our books perfectly, but also works great on it’s own.

If you can relate to one or more of the following items,
POLEWORK: BASICS is the perfect course for you!

  • I want to start using poles in my training but don’t know how I should start.
  • I train with poles sometimes but want to consolidate or repeat the basics.
  • I have a green horse.
  • I want to get inspiration of easy, everyday exercises.
  • I need exercises with maximum of 4 poles.

 

  •  Slide Item 1
Device Slider
  •  Slide Item 1
Device Slider

AN ONLINE COURSE FOR ALL DEVICES
You can view the course material on a computer, tablet and mobile, as long as the unit has a internet connection.

START TODAY
You get access to the full course directly after your purchase. If you are a new BRIGHTMARE customer, we will send you a username and password via email. With your log in details, you can sign in and have full access on our website.
An instruction email about this, is sent out separately.

THE LICENSE LENGTH
When you buy the online course, you buy a one year license, from the purchase date. After that, the license can be renewed yearly.
Updates within the license period are included in the license and are available to you automatically.

COURSE MATERIAL
The online course consists of 20 exercises that are built with the maximum of 4 poles and all with written instructions, illustrations and video snippets. Additionally, you get 5 information chapters: Ground & Equipment, Materials, Seat & Frame, Adjusted Training and Competitions.

TRAIN WHENEVER YOU WANT
You have no time commitments. Take part of all course material whenever and as often as you want within the license period.

SUPPORT
Course teachers Barbro Lagergren & Lina Zacha  answer all your questions over the course period. 

COURSE CONTENT

20 EXERCISES
Various tracks in forward seat
Shorten & Lengthen the canter strides between poles
Halt between poles
Straight track over poles
Circle over poles
Serpentines over poles
Poles series
Cavaletti series
Gridwork
Backing up between poles
Backing up in L-obstacle
Turn in a box
And more…

DISTANCE
How do you measure the distance correctly for your own particular pony/horse?

GROUND & EQUIPMENT
What distinguishes a good vs bad ground?
Which saddle should you use for polework?
Different leg protection models
Learn how to wrap up the legs like a pro!

MATERIALS
What poles work best for this type of exercises?
How to make your own poles.

SEAT & FRAME
The riders seat in different saddles
The riders aids
Basic riding
The horse’s frame

ADJUSTED TRAINING
How does one train a hot horse to become calmer?
How does one train a lethargic horse to become motivated?
What should one think about when it comes to the young, the unfit, the scared or the elderly horse?
What should one do when the horse is careless and stumbles?

COMPETITIONS
Show Jumping
Why do all horses need jumping  training?
Trail
Why do all riders find benefits in Trail?
Working Equitation
Why do all riders find benefits in Working Equitation?

WANT TO JOIN?

 24.80  19.84 inc. VAT

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