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Horses with a burr under their saddle

Girthiness is commonly associated with the consequences of tightening the girth too quickly when the saddle is first put on. But although there has been so much progress in the field of saddle making during the last decades and the awareness of the importance of saddle fitting and careful girthing has positively changed, many of our modern riding horses across all breeds are girthy. On reflection, this does not come as a surprise. What if the reason for the girthiness of a large part of the horses concerned were to be found in the low back position?

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How to put backbone into horse training

A fundamental rule of horse training under saddle is that your horse has to "engage through the back". However, the background of this principle is unfamiliar to many riders and even trainers.

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Getting Started With Training After Rehabilitation

Patiently you have given your horse time to recover from an illness or injury. Then finally, after a control examination, the vet gives the green light for the rehabilitation phase. You are very happy – and very uncertain.

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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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Anatómiailag helyes lovaglás

Read the fourth part of the series of articles on ARR in the Hungarian horse magazine LOVAS ELET!

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Ridehesten 01/2016

ARR - løser rideproblemere for hest og rytter

Press article in Ridehesten 1/2016 (in Danish)

Mens store dele af heste-verdenen taler holdbarhed hos rideheste, mener det tyske ægtepar Klaus Schöneich og Gabriele Rachen-Schöneich at have nøglen til 95 procent af problemerne: Træningsmetoden ARR

Netop succesen med varmblodsavlen har gjort ARR mere aktuel nu end nogen sinde før, fordi moderniseringen af varmblodshesten har udviklet sig hurtigere end træningsmetoderne. Det siger grundlæggerne af ARR-træningsmetoden, det tyske ægtepar Klaus Schöneich og Gabriele Rachen-Schöneich. Rideproblemer eller uregelmæssigheder i hestens bevægelse med deraf følgende smerter eller skader stammer ifølge Schöneich ofte fra hestens naturlige skævhed.
Det kommer nok næppe som noget nyt for hestefolk, at hesten er et flugtdyr skabt til at redde livet ved at løbe væk. I alarmberedskab, fx stressende situationer, holder hesten hovedet højt. Hestens trapezmuskel låser overlinjen og presser skuldrene ned, så hesten kan holde hovedet i den position over lange distancer og dermed holde øje med farerne. At hesten samtidig er skabt med 60 procent af vægten på forparten og 40 procent på bagparten er nok heller ikke nyt for ret mange. Ligesom de fleste ryttere nok har opdaget, at heste fra naturens side er enten højreeller venstre ”håndede”. Intet af dette skaber i sig selv problemer for hesten. (...)

 

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