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ARR in Danish horse magazine Ridehesten

The very important Danish horse magazine Ridehesten has just published a big article on the ARR training method and the successful retraining of Danish warmblood stallion White Talisman.

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❄❄❄ Relaxed in the Winter ❄❄❄

Treat your horse and yourself to a well-deserved break after the show season. Active recovery for best results! Check out our Winter special offer!

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The interview

Read the interview with our professional rider Julia Lünstedt.



Misner Wins Grand Prix!

After completion of the training at the ARR center, Nakita and Dadas Dynamite won their very first Grand Prix together!


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In remembarance of our dear friend Dr Kerry Ridgway

In tremendous sadness and sorrow we receive the message of the death of our dear friend and companion Dr Kerry Ridgway. As veterinarian in integrative sport horse medicine he always wanted to get to the bottom of the matter. His critical examinations, the wonderful conversations and his open mind will remain forever in our hearts.
Our warmest thoughts go to Christine Ridgway who has always been on her husband's side during his quest, she was his source of inspiration. We wish her much strength in these hard times.

Dr Kerry Ridgway (✝ 2016)

Dr Kerry Ridgway (✝ 2016)


Paper on the "Crooked Horse Syndrom" by Dr Kerry Ridgway


Happy New Year!

The ARR team wishes a happy 2016 to all clients and colleagues! We are looking forward to many beautiful encounters, exciting projects and new challenges.


Call for expression of interest: we want your horse!

Sport horse at the end of the road – we make a restart.

Our article (see below) on horses of exception that cannot tap into their talent anymore because of wrong training has affected many people and led to numerous reactions. This positive response gave us the motivation to go one step further and turn words into action. We want to demonstrate how much correct training can do in very little time: we want to put this to the test and retrain at the ARR Center of Anatomically Correct Horsemanship a horse that has dropped out of competition at international level.

Do you own a dream horse that has once been successful at elite level, but now is unable to build on these successes for reasons which «cannot be explained»? Has your four-legged friend been a smashing dancer on the international show ground and made you dream and hope about glamour and glory – but then things did not turn out as expected and trainers and therapists started to line up? Are you more concerned with blockades and disobedience than with piaffe and passage? Then dare to make a restart: Send us an application for you horse and win 2 month of free retraining at the ARR Center!

Progresses will be documented and published in equestrian media. We will select the most interesting case among all entries submitted. We are looking forward to receiving your application with a curriculum of your horse, including photographs and videos as well as a description of the problems that prevent you from living up to previous successes.

Please submit your application until the 31nd of January 2016 to:

Link to the article: The Horse: A Work of Art