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Transitions help develop balance, suppleness and impulsion.

Transform your transitions – by Castle Leslie Estate’s Jenny Richardson, BHSAI

Is 2019 the year you will step up from Novice to Elementary, in your flatwork? In this article, we will read more…

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Thinking of trying Dressage to Music in 2019? Trainer Jenny Richardson shares her tips…

  Dressage to music gives a really fun element to dressage competition, and is great for the spectators. Many professional riders read more…

Jenny Richardson BHSAI showcases a new video on troubleshooting horse riding mistakes

Castle Leslie Estate’s Head Trainer Jenny Richardson BHSAI showcases a video on the most common riding mistakes we ALL make…   read more…

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Taking to the indoor arena for your show jumping training? Follow Jenny Richardson’s top tips…

  Jenny Richardson BHSAI of Castle Leslie Estate shares her advice: Start with a grid of cross poles at whatever read more…

Jenny Richardson’s ten cross-country commandments

  Trainer Jenny Richardson offers her top tips for XC riding- Walk the course if you can – this helps read more…

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Introducing counter canter & progressive transitions – by Castle Leslie Estate’s Jenny Richardson

If you have aspirations to ride flying changes, I’d like to show you an exercise that builds up to this read more…

Always approach from a positive, forward stride. (Polly Tucker is pictured)

A Beginner’s Guide To Eventing & Cross-Country

By Jenny Richardson BHSAI Cross country originated as a training exercise for the mounted cavalry, and has progressed to its read more…

A secure, confident and balanced position in the saddle is taken when you're moving in a forward going canter.

The ideal position for riding cross-country

By Jenny Richardson BHSAI As a trainer, I am pleased to help lots of horse riders hone their cross-country riding read more…