For children, lessons are games that incorporate methods of balancing close eyes, open arms sitting on horseback, standing, lying on horseback.
Basic exercises such as holding the reins, keeping the horse balanced, controlling the horse to turn right, turn left. When first practicing, the most difficult is the balancing act on horseback. Getting used to, the 360 degree rotation on the saddle is the most difficult technique for learners. In general, horse familiarization, horse riding, personal warm-ups and horse-climbing are the basics before approaching more difficult techniques.
After the basic equestrian exercises and movements have been trained and the child trainees have mastered the postures and maneuvers, groups of 1 to 2 trainees will take control of each horse. horse at the command of the coach such as trot, circle, go straight.
Every week, the students had to change their horses to improve because each horse has a different personality. Occasionally children show affection for their horse by leaning over and gently patting the horse’s body to increase interaction with the horse. At an advanced level, students can learn difficult movements such as jumping hedges and obstacle courses.
Practitioners sitting on horseback focused on performing very rhythmic and beautiful movements, sometimes bending their bodies backwards, sometimes bringing their knees up high on the horse’s body, allowing the horse to gallop quickly, run around. The movements are done definitively according to the coach’s chants.
A 45-minute guided horse riding exercise, while riding a horse requires multiple falls. Horse falls are a common occurrence in every training session, so it is very important to wear protective gear when riding a horse. They have learned a few sessions so they will warm up on horseback while on the move because that is how they practice balance. The faster the person gallows, the better they have to master, master the feeling of fear in the wind, and master the movements to control an animal bigger than them.