See Colleen in Tennessee – Australia – Wisconsin – Canada

I’m sorry I’m retired now due to my breast cancer, but look back, happily, on such a wonderful career…

Hi everyone! You are receiving this information FIRST because you are signed up on my own personal blog, and have been such a great supporter, as most of the riding places are already filled, and I don’t want you to miss out! Either come and RIDE or come and WATCH….

Riding Clinics
Riding Clinics

Tennessee & Australia 2014

I invite you to come along to one of the upcoming riding clinics. Tennessee (first week of April 2014) and Australia (July, 2014) are riding clinics. A lot of my higher level riders like to have a couple of lessons on their higher level horse before the clinic (and sometimes I can travel to your place to avoid the horse having to travel), and then they bring their green or problem horse to the clinic.

Wisconsin & Canada – ISRB Official Teacher Training

Speaking at the International Society of Rider Biomechanics International Symposium Kentucky Horse Park - this year in September co-hosted by Uni of KY and Asbury Uni.
Level 1 Teacher Training at the International Society of Rider Biomechanics International Symposium Kentucky Horse Park – in n Sept 2014 will be co-hosted by Uni of KY and Asbury Uni.

As a Board Member and examiner of the ISRB I travel the world both giving clinics and examining potential coaches. These two clinics – (both in May, 2014) are for 5 days. The first 4 days is sitting watching, listening, coming into the arena (so bring those riding boots) and testing riders. You will go away with such an incredible depth of knowledge, yet, boiled down to incredibly simple principals.

There is no lateral work in this clinic (but I can never help mentioning how it will apply to higher level things just to give you an idea of Level 2 and Level 3).

This TEACHER TRAINING clinic suits riders who want to be better, coaches who want to specialize (and develop their earning potential!), beginner riders who haven’t got a clue and feel terrified to come in such higher level company – seriously we’d love you to come! We’ll make you feel right at home. Promise!


Just come for the 4 days and go home if you like. You might not be able to get 5 days off work. You might be nervous in public. You might have only just started coaching and would like to come along and do your exams at a later clinic.

We understand that coaches, Mums and Dads are busy people, and we will find a way to work in with you later to do the exams if need be…giving you a little more time to study and be relaxed with the work.

Or, “do it all”…you can do the theory exam the evening of the first night, and the practical exam on the last day, and with a few more paperwork steps such as insurance, you are then an Official ISRB Coach qualified to teach biomechanics seat & posture specialty at the very first level.

Mums and Dads:  We get lots of Mums and Dads who will never coach, just want to help the kids! They don’t do the exams, they just come for 4 days, but come and watch the exams on the final days to help with their teaching style for their own children. Either way it’s a great way to help their children be safe, kind to their ponies and blossom into wonderful riders of the future.


We want to spread this knowledge to people who might not otherwise be able to come. So, chose someone in your area and give them a free gift and bring them for free! Or, if you’re friends coming together, split the cost in half. At any rate, all teacher training clinics you can bring another person for free!

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