Blog Archive

Ask The Expert!

Inspirational Riding Solutions have been asked by Confident Rider in Australia to write a regular blog for them answering readers' questions.  We thought it would be a good idea to share the Q&As with you, so here's the first (more to come):

 

Cindy asks:

I’ve had horses in my life for as long as I can remember.  I’ve competed in low level eventing and have a really nice thoroughbred with talent to burn.  My problem is that even t...

Vicky's Story

My own story began as a child having moved from London to ‘the country’ and being given my first pony at a young age.  My parents didn’t know much about riding, even though horses had been in my family for years – my Grandad was what was known as a ‘totter’ in South East London.  He used a horse and cart to pick up unwanted junk from people’s houses and making a modest living.  None of my family were riders and so the experience of m...

Personality Matters! Article

If you haven't managed to get a copy of this month's Your Horse magazine, here's the article that was written about our Personality Matters theory and [coming soon] online profiling tool.  The illustrations are amazing (we think the content is too!).  If you'd like a copy of the full article, email me us and we'll send you a copy.

What do we do?

Here's a short video montage of what we do at Inspirational Riding Solutions: our workshops, our one-to-one confidenec and performance coaching and our personality profiling tools.  We help you to become the rider your horse wants you to be.

Do you love horses?

Take a look at our new 30 second video.  We love it and hope you do too.

What makes an exceptional trainer?

I've had many trainers over the years, ranging from your local riding school part time pre-pubescent girls who have been told to teach the class of novices in return for rides or cheap livery, to highly experienced dressage riders/judges competing at Prix St George level.  As a trainer [of a different kind] myself, if there's one thing I've learned over the years, it's the trainer that makes ALL the difference!...

Spring Newsletter Page 1

Here's the latest edition of our Newsletter - we hope you enjoy the read.  If you have any questions, commnts or suggestions, or you'd like to be included in the next edition, please get in touch.

Spring Newsletter Page 2

Page 2 - enjoy!

New Year Newsletter Page 1

Happy New Year!  Here's page 1 of our Newsletter No.5 - we hope you enjoy the read.  If you want to contribute to the next edition, or have any suggestions for articles, please let us know.  We're also happy to add pics of you and your horse.

Page 2 New Year Newsletter

Here's page 2 of our Newsletter No.5 - enjoy!

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