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We’re highlighting four equine personality types that can benefit from the HorseCom kit. This week, we’re focusing on horses that have no rhythm and how you can up your cadence training.
Charlotte shares her review of the HorseCom kit. Rizzoli has a skittish and unfocused disposition; but when using the HorseCom, the duo has found their rhythm that allows them to execute quality exercises consistently.
We’re highlighting four equine personality types that can benefit from the HorseCom kit. This week, we’re focusing on distracted and unfocused horses and how you can use music to help keep them sharp and on the ball while working.
We’re highlighting four equine personality types that can benefit from the HorseCom kit. This week, we’re focusing on lazy horses and how you can use a marching cadence to keep your ride energized.
We’re highlighting four equine personality types that can benefit from the HorseCom kit. This week, we’re focusing on anxious horses and how you can use music to help avoid stressing out your horse.
Here are the 6 favorite songs from the 22 year old international show jumper, Yazmin Pinchen and her horse!
1/ High Hopes - Kodaline
It's a slow song to walk with. I can let my horse warm up gradually. The song is 4 minutes long so it's a good time for warming up.
2/ Alchemy - Zak Abel
This is a bit more up beat, a feel good song to have a nice trot round with. Keep your head up: this is the best song to keep you positive. I slowly introduce a canter with this song and start to put my horse to work
3/ Up & up – Coldplay
This song helps us to focus on some solid work for a little while before we come back to a walk for a few minutes.
4/ Fix you - Coldplay
It’s a song we use for a rest. We walk on a loose rein and relax before we start the process again.
5/ No money - Galantis
This song that takes us straight back to that up beat tempo and working hard.
6/ Acoustic version of my love - Jess Glyne and Still falling for You - Ellie Goulding
Cooling down is very important so I listen to two songs for this
Lordy and I are a confident Third Level team who loves to dance to this playlist. These are our "show ready" songs that gets our hips loose and ready to rock
1/ Royals - Lorde
This song is fantastic for when Lordy and I are walking around, getting warmed up before we start our ride. It has an even tempo that matches Lordy's walk. Our goal with this song is to get his legs and shoulders stretching out, walking forward and uphill, and to keep him happy! It's cute to feel his body stepping to the beat of this song!
2/ Happy - Pharrell Williams
This is our go-to song for our trot work! Lordy really likes to work on our half passes, piaffes, and passage with this beat. This upbeat, fun song makes his hind end remain active and dance!
3/ God Gave Me You - Blake Shelton
This song is more meant for our cool downs. It's more of a steady song, and I like to think Lordy enjoys me singing to him. He stretches out and allows his body to loosen up and sway to this song.
4/ Lean On - Major Lazer & DJ Snake
This song has a mix and can be used for any gait. Lordy and I use it for transitions with walk and canter and lengthening to collection at the trot and canter. He hears the consistent bass so he never loses the engagement with the hind end.
5/ You're The One That I Want - Grease
This song is a blast for when we do our flying lead changes and our tempi changes! His canter tempo stays collected, uphill, and engaged for a perfect flying change every time. He really loves giving the changes during the chorus of this song.
Here are some songs and the comments of our ambassador Sabrina while her work session with HorseCom :)
"Working with music was greatly beneficial on her"
I’m the owner of a private stable in Lorraine. I had started using the HorseCom on my horse Nobody, and the change was radical! Unfortunately, he left on retirement 15 days ago… The mare I ride at the moment, Diva, is my best friend’s who can’t ride for now because of her health. It’s a quite stressed mare and working with music was greatly beneficial on her! So much that I couldn’t see the time pass while riding…
Dangerous - David Guetta
This music is perfect to work on variation of your canter ! A mare really receptive and who changes her canter on the music ! ------
Up is Down - Hans Zimmer
Still for the speed variations of canter and downward transition to trot
La valse d'Amélie - Michel Garutti
For changing lead and working with Bodenrick on diagonals
Ballade pour Adeline - Richard Claydermann
(I used to be a pianist and I play lots of his tracks) For working with Bodenrick while trotting and cantering
Burn - Ellie Goulding
For working on bodenrick while canter
My mare was very ready to go with the music !
You will soon find this playlist on your HorseCom app