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Brand 2- green group


  • The student must be able to pass the Equestrian Association's rider mark 3 with an approved riding and theory test.

  • The student must be able to ride different types of horses in all gaits.

  • The student must be familiar with the educational scale in order to be able to successively master more steps in the educational scale.

  • The student must be able to safely jump a simpler course with good own balance. 

Course content

  • Understanding the interplay between the rider's aids, forward propulsion, relationship and side position aids.

  • The student must develop his knowledge of the rider's aids and be able to use it in practice.

  • Train the horse in neck position.

  • Start jumping easier courses with a good seat and balance, and practice jumping the simpler obstacle types that are available.

  • Be able to ride in walk and trot on different horses.

  • The student must be able to understand different tempos and how to maintain the tempo.

  • Sit training and gain an understanding of what active and passive aids mean.

  • Increase/decrease the volt in walk and trot

  • Introduction of leg folds, front flips

  • Start impact riding

  • Train seat, balance, position in easy seat before, over and after obstacles.


  • Immerse yourself in the horse's behavior

  • Gain knowledge on how to inspect horses

  • Maintenance of equipment

  • Knowledge of the horse's history, development, and behavior

  • Basic knowledge and the competition regulations in jumping and dressage

  • The educational scale

  • Riding on obstacles and riding after obstacles

  • Theoretical knowledge of competing in jumping and dressage.

  • Assistance for the movements that the student rides

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