This weeks answer is part 2 for training the steps in Side Pass over the Pole. Click on the header to read the expert advice from Maree McAteer.
This rider story features Emma Kay, based in South Auckland, who is also a committee member of both the Franklin Working Equitation group and WENZ, Inc. Click on the header or image to view the rider story.
This weeks question is about the Side Pass over the Pole sent in from Claire. Click on the header to read the expert advice from Maree McAteer.
This rider story features Tracy Taylor, based in Marlborough, who is also a founding member of WENZ, Inc. Click on the header or image to view the rider story.
This rider story features Lindsay Finan, a member of WENZ and the Working Equitation Franklin group. Click on the header or image to view the rider story.
By Abby Letteri Kapiti Working Equitation Group was delighted to host Lynley Bolt for a one-day WE Training Clinic on Sunday, February 23rd. Lynley is a gifted coach with the ability to break down and simplify the aids for all the movements necessary to ride the WE obstacles with relaxation and precision. Throughout the day, we … Continue reading Kapiti Working Equitation hosts Lynley Bolt clinic.
Maree McAteer has an uncanny knack for making you think about your own actions and behaviours as a learning tool. Our group of clinic riders have just spent two epic days asking ourselves some important questions. Read the full article by clicking the title.
The WENZ committee has been working hard to setup the structure for the national organisation. Finally, our paperwork for membership is complete and we can now offer WENZ memberships. As for most equestrian disciplines, there is a need to have an organisational structure to ensure the health and safety of the sport. WENZ has secured … Continue reading WENZ Membership Now Available
A judges clinic with Kim Peterson was held at Waiuku in May 2019. Read about the observations from an attendee at the clinic, highlighting some important things to know about competing in Working Equitation in general and under the WEDU rules. Read the full article by clicking the title.
The Working Equitation New Zealand Incorporated society was created on January 17, 2019 to promote and develop a unified approach to the sport of Working Equitation in New Zealand. Read more about the purpose and next steps of WENZ.