Birdwood Horse Works
Education to Saddle
Education to Saddle
Each horse is different but Educating to Saddle usually takes a minimum of 4 weeks, on average 6 weeks. Horses are worked 5 days a week, and have 2 days rest.
All horses are worked no longer than one hour in any single session.
By the end of your horses stay the horse will have learnt to;
- Go out on their own and in company
- Be mounted from a block or the ground
- To go forward at a walk, trot and canter
- Basic leg aids
- Negotiate the opening and shutting gates
- Be ridden out on roads
- Be Tied up
- Accept Rugging
- Go on Float
- Go through water (Dam)
At the end of training you can have a supervised 1:1 session with your horse, (not transferable or redeemable). One session only.
Please Note - This offer only applies to customers having their horse Educated to Saddle.
Re-Education or Education
From the beginning, all horses are evaluated and a plan agreed with the owners on the outcomes to be achieved with their horse.
- All horses are worked no longer than one hour in any single session.
- All horses are worked five days a week and have two days rest.
- If the owner wishes their horse to be worked any extra days then full charges will apply.
This covers Halter Training, Leading in Hand, Handling Legs and Float Loading.
As above, horses are worked no longer than one hour in any single session.
Horsemanship Skills / Rider Education
All sessions are one-on-one. Requirements from owner are negotiated based upon the horse and/or riders knowledge and experience.
Horses are worked no longer than one hour in any single session.
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