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Anatómiailag helyes lovaglás

Read the fourth part of the series of articles on ARR in the Hungarian horse magazine LOVAS ELET!

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ARR in Danish horse magazine Ridehesten

The very important Danish horse magazine Ridehesten has just published a big article on the ARR training method and the successful retraining of Danish warmblood stallion White Talisman.

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Misner Wins Grand Prix!

After completion of the training at the ARR center, Nakita and Dadas Dynamite won their very first Grand Prix together!
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Western Saddle Helps Dressage Horses with Saddle Trauma

Paper by Gabriele Rachen-Schöneich and Klaus Schöneich

The saddle is the connecting element between horse and rider and has an important influence to whether the horse feels comfortable under the rider or not. Far too often we see saddles that restrict the movement of the shoulders, inhibit the supply of the trapezius muscle or are not positioned in the center of gravity – to mention just a few of the most common faults. Even custom-made saddles that are fitted to missing or compensatory musculature can only add to the suffering of the horse. (...)

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Anatómiailag helyes lovaglás - 4. rész

Press article in Lovas Elet 11/2016 (in Hungarian)

A kiropraktőr feladata, hogy megtalálja és feloldja azt a blokádot, ami a ló fejlődését hátráltatja. A kezelést össze kell kapcsolni az egyenesre igazító képzéssel, hiszen a feloldott területnek a ló rendszerébe kell integrálódnia, és a változásokat az intenzív tréning segítségével kell stabilizálni. (...)

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Anatómiailag helyes lovaglás - 3. rész

Press article in Lovas Elet 10/2016 (in Hungarian)

Ha őszinte választ keresünk erre a kérdésre, a múltba kell tekinteni. Régen addig dolgoztak a lóval földről, míg az képes volt önmagát hordani, és csak ezután ültek a hátára. Az volt az alapgondolat, hogy a konchajlítás és a törzs felemelése egy egységet képez, erre kiváló példa a pilárok közötti munka is.

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Funkcionális tréning

Press article in Lovas Elet 9/2016 (in Hungarian)

A funkcionális tréning a testet, illetve a pszichét megváltoztató folyamat szisztematikus, előre megtervezett ismétlése, amely által fokozható a teljesítmény. A testet egészként kezeli, összetett gyakorlatokkal egyszerre több izomcsoportot dolgoztat. (...)

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ARR – Anatómiailag helyes lovaglás!

Press article in Lovas Elet 8/2016 (in Hungarian)

Alovak természetes ferdesége manapság népszeru fogalom a lókiképzésben. A tény, hogy sok mozgásszervi és egészségügyi problémát okoz, kétségtelen. (...)

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Redskaber forbedrer dressurøvelserne

Press article in Ridehesten 5/2016 (in Danish)

Bomme og kegler kan være med til at forbedre dressurøvelserne og tune rytterens signaler. De hjælper hesten til at forstå øvelsen og trigger rytterens hjerne til at flytte fokus fra det, der er svært. Det mener træneren Gitte Vestergaard, der ofte bruger redskaber i sin undervisning (...)

Text: Cecilia Schmidt Grodin
Photo: Allan Lind Grodin

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Ridehesten 05/2016

 

Sådan bruger du redskaber i træningen

Press article in Ridehesten 5/2016 (in Danish)

Uanset niveau kan alle være med, når redskaberne bliver taget i brug for at forbedre
dressurøvelserne. Her får du fem eksempler på øvelser, der hurtigt kan hjælpe hesten
til bedre forståelse og rytteren til at fintune øvelsen og signalerne til hesten (...)

Text: Cecilia Schmidt Grodin
Photo: Allan Lind Grodin

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Ridehesten 05/2016

 

ARR - løser rideproblemere for hest og rytter

Press article in Ridehesten 1/2016 (in Danish)

Mens store dele af heste-verdenen taler holdbarhed hos rideheste, mener det tyske ægtepar Klaus Schöneich og Gabriele Rachen-Schöneich at have nøglen til 95 procent af problemerne: Træningsmetoden ARR (...)

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Ridehesten 01/2016

 

The Horse: A Work of Art

When back in 1956 in the Olympic Games of Stockholm the German show jumper Hans Günter Winkler and his mare Halla cleared one obstacle after the other with ease and preci-sion the spectators didn't believe their eyes. Winkler had pulled a groin muscle in the first round and therefore was in massive pain and physically severely impaired in the second round. He was nearly unable to give aids and far from being of any assistance to the horse. (...)

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The positioning of the eyes and the natural crookedness

By Tina Wassing, veterinarian

At the beginning of crookedness therapy horses show an external rotation of the outside eye while bringing the head and neck inside the stance. Horses show the same behavior during free run in the riding arena; jumping horses during their turn between two jumps. If one keeps watching one can see how the rotation of the external eye runs together with bracing the neck muscles. (...)

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The Secret of Biomechanics

Paper by Gabriele Rachen-Schöneich and Klaus Schöneich

Our long-standing experience shows that the anatomical and biomechanical rhythm of the flight animal with its natural reactions to external effects has a central significance during the training of a riding horse. (...)

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Manifestations and Nomenclature for The "Crooked Horse Syndrom"

Paper by Dr. Kerry Ridgway, DVM, Integrative Equine Medicine (✝ 2016)

Since Xenophon, every riding master, expert trainer, and thinking rider recognizes that essentially every horse starts with a more difficult side, one side more concave and the other more convex. Most remain this way for their entire lives. They exist within the context of the "Crooked Horse Syndrome". These inherent aspects create the biomechanics of movement of the "natural horse". Such biomechanics serve the horse well in its natural wild/feral state, but are antagonistic to those required of the ridden horse. (...)

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