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Cindy holds clinics at all levels all around the world. She has been recognized by British Eventing as an Accredited Trainer since 2003.
Cindy trained the Swiss National Event Team from 1992-1994 to their best CCI*** Team result for many years.
Cindy believes firmly in a meticulous grounding in the basics which creates both confidence and competence in horse and rider as she helps them to take on greater challenges. She has an holistic approach which takes into consideration both horse and rider's physical and emotional well -being and, in addition to more traditional training methods, can employ equine and/or human healing and equine zoopharmacognosy techniques to help horses and riders achieve their competitive and training goals.
Cindy enjoys sharing her experiences and has written several articles for the American Eventing Magazine detailing preparation for a riders’ first Three- Day Event
Available on your own horse at the excellent facilities at Glen Fern or Cindy will travel to you by prior arrangement. Private sessions at £50/hour.
Semi Private Lessons
Semi-private sessions for 2 at £40/hour for each horse.
Available at Glen Fern or at local venues in groups up to 4 horses. Groups of 3 or 4 at £35/horse and rider. (Plus travel costs where appropriate)
Preferential rates for riding clubs and pony clubs - contact Cindy for more info.
Sharpen up your competition skills!
Cindy offers Residential Courses to help horses and riders learn new skills and address any competition and or training issues. Maximum of 4 Riders Apply here
Take advantage of this fantastic opportunity to receive intensive semi-private tuition for 3 days, lectures from a world class event rider and the opportunity to ask as many questions as you like! Wonderful hacking also available in Exmoor National Park. Accommodation for horse and rider and high quality food provided.
Working Pupils / Mentoring Programme
Cindy welcomes keen riders with a passion for learning, and enormous benefits are enjoyed by both long and short term working pupils. Competition planning, preparation of horse and rider for all 3 phases of competition, grooming, feeding, maintaining horses soundness and optimum health, fitness programmes for horse and rider, sports psychology and realistic goal setting are just a few of the subjects students can learn about. However, please be aware that as pupils receive a great deal of individual attention through the mentoring program, large amounts of hard work and enthusiasm are required in exchange!nd enthusiasm are required in exchange!
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