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You have the ear of our panel of experts and they want to help you. From riding tips, legal advice, insurance questions or getting over fear, our lineup of equestrian professionals is here for you.
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Blair Cooper is a certified Farrier in Temecula, California. He was brought up in Northern British Columbia, Canada where his family farmed and raised Quarter horses. At a young age,…
New Video Release
The Medal & Maclay From The Judge’s Perspective Webinar
Find out what the judges are looking for in our webinar, The Medal & Maclay from the Judge’s Perspective. This is an interactive webinar with video presentations of past winners, along with analysis, discussion, and Q&A. Co-hosts Bernie Traurig and Julie Winkel are joined by Scott Hofstetter, Maclay Finals Winner, Medal Finals judge, top professional Hunter rider, clinician, and R judge and Cynthia Hankins, Medal Finals Winner, Medal Finals judge, trainer, clinician, and R judge.
At Equestrian Coach our passion is education. We are here to help riders learn something new, tackle a problem or brush up on something they already know. Providing valuable resources to riders is what makes us tick. Essentially, we want all equestrians to have access to affordable, quality education from the best coaches in the sport, regardless of their background, their riding level, or their geographic location. So this blog is going to be all about education. We will be sharing tips, lessons, exercises, experiences and so much more, all to enhance the education of our blog followers.
– Bernie Traurig
Founder of EquestrianCoach.com
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