Two Jumping Exercises for All Seasons with Jenn Serek
Jenn Serek believes that with a bit of creative thinking, even a single fence can provide plenty of challenge, and equally so for riders and horses training for grand prix, equitation, or the adult amateur hunter division. Gymnastic exercises are usually considered “home schooling,” and Jenn agrees with that in principle. “I'm a big believer that you do your training at home, but when something goes off the rails when you've been on the road for weeks, there is no reason you can't use a gymnastic exercise at shows, particularly if it is fairly easy to construct.” Some of Jenn's students have work and school commitments that prevent them from spending the entire week at shows, and while their horses are kept fit and prepared in their absence, the riders often need a couple of “home” exercises when they arrive at the show. “At a show we often have to…
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