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Eat, Sleep, Ride, CIC
Eat, Sleep, Ride, CICFebruary 17, 2020 7:49pm
Dressage again this weekend, great results from the horses despite storm Dennis.

Well done one of our young volunteers for coming so far and showing such talent.

Thank you to our amazing support team we couldn't do it without you.

#dressage #outings #horse #horses #equine #horsesandponies #ponies #funtimes #adventure #happy #happyplace #training #welldone #volunteers
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Eat, Sleep, Ride, CICFebruary 13, 2020 6:57pm
Today we had coaches in for training for their UKCC level one in Equestrian Sport with Lea Allen.

Over two days they learned the basic structure and foundations of a good lesson and how to carry it out safely and effectively.

Demonstrate demonstrate demonstrate.

Looking forward to having them back in March for their next day of training.

We are going to be holding another UKCC course at this level at the yard so if you're interested in learning more about becoming a coach then drop us a message.
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Eat, Sleep, Ride, CIC shared a post.February 9, 2020 4:30pm
Rider Fitness Case Example:
Look at the leg this rider is standing on…can you see how the knee diverts inwards, after they bend down? This is linked with poor control of the Glute Med muscle in the buttock. Why is this relevant to her riding? It is resulting not only in some saddle slip to the side, but also impeding her ability to signal for the horse to turn. What can be done? Her exercises in the rider fitness class have been adapted to focus on strengthening the weaker side…with continued work under our guidance; she should become a more balanced rider 
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Eat, Sleep, Ride, CICFebruary 6, 2020 9:23am
Today is Time to Talk day. It aims to get people all around the country talking about mental health.

Time to Talk day happens on the first Thursday every February. It's a great day for communities, workplaces, schools, or anyone to get together and have a chat about mental health.

The more we talk about it, the better life is for all of us.

Some suggested conversation starters from See Me Scotland:
1. Tell someone you appreciate what they've done for you.
2. Ask someone "How are you?" (and mean it!)
3. Arrange to meet up with someone you care about
4. Play a game of "would you rather?" with someone
5. Check-in with someone over text
6. Call someone you've not spoken to for a while
7. Go for a walk with someone and see how they're doing
8. Have a chat over some lunch with someone

#TimetoTalk #TimetoTalkDay

Eat, Sleep, Ride, CIC
Eat, Sleep, Ride, CICFebruary 5, 2020 10:10pm
Own a pony days are back for half term 🎉 bookings now being taken 🐴 😃
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Eat, Sleep, Ride, CIC updated their profile picture.February 4, 2020 7:58pm