Training By Rene

Training By Rene

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Better Ridding

The importance of correct basics, equine responsiveness to appropriately applied aids and always thinking ahead.

Rene Hushea Eady started ridding at a young age and was fortunate enough to have been educated by some of the very best master instructors in the county, for example Bernie Traurig, George Morris, Robert Ridland , and Steve Stephens. Through their training and with the help of some fantastic mounts she was able to compete successfully in the hunter and jumper divisions at the major AAA shows in the Mid west and the East coast, for example, I love NY, Syracuse, Lake Placid, Detroit, Hampton Classic, Chagrin Valley PHCC Horse show to name a few.

With over 40 years of experience, Rene has a great eye for detail and an aptitude for building riders skills and confidence. She believes in a step by step approach that emphasizes correct balanced position with relaxed and steady hands and seat. Once the rider can sit correctly they can then influence the horse’s way of going. She helps the rider become self aware so they can feel what is going on and know what the correct feel should be. Plus she develops various exercises that help the rider learn to focus and help the horse gain natural balance and engagement.

When it comes to jumping the focus is on learning to maintain a balanced rhythmic cantor that will allow the rider to easily find the distance to the fence. Flat work is the key to this. Other exercises are employed to help the rider develop an eye so they know where they are and what they need to do.

I enjoy work with students to come up with a set of goals and then helping them achive their goals.

It take hard work on both parties but it is rewarding.

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Medina, OH 44256
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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

1) Discuss there goals

2) Evaluate the rider and horse

3) May need to take another look at goals or come up with some new short term goals


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Rene Hushea Eady started ridding at a young age and was fortunate enough to have been educated by some of the very best master instructors in the county, for example Bernie Traurig, George Morris, Robert Ridland , and Steve Stephens. Through their training and with the help of some fantastic mounts she was able to compete successfully in the hunter and jumper divisions at the major AAA shows in the Mid west and the East coast, for example, I love NY, Syracuse, Lake Placid, Detroit, Hampton Classic, Chagrin Valley PHCC Horse show to name a few.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Private Lesson 1/2 hour  40.00

Semi Private Lesson 45 min  40.00 per person

Training Ride 1/2 hour  40.00

Group Lesson 3 or more students 1 hour 40.00 per person


How did you get started teaching?

When I was young my instructor asked me to help with the beginner lessons.  So I started with beginners and worked my way up.


What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with total beginner riders up to advanced students competing at AAA Hunter Jumper shows.

I have worked with children as well as adults.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Hunter Jumper show at Chrign.  Training a student competing in the adult amateur division and wining the class.

CADS dressage show series - one of my biginner students competed and was Reserve Champion in pre training   She worked very hard to accomplish that.

 


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

I would talk with the trainer ask about there background.

I would ask about the training philosophy.

I would discuss my abilities, my horses and discuss needs and goals

I would watch a few of the lessons the instructor is teaching.

I would ask for references


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

First be honest about your abilities and your horses.

Think about what you are trying to accomplish.

Ask the instructor about there background

Ask ot see a lesson with aother student

Try to see if training philosophy's are simular


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