Jake Saywell Training Exercise - Part 4

Written by Connolly's RED MILLS on 23 October 2018

Jake Saywell Training Exercise - Part 4

The last exercise in Jake’s Tuesday Training Tips is known as the Clock Tower Exercise. This can be done with both poles on the ground and then progress to jumping fences. 

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Jake Saywell’s Training Tips Part 3

Written by Connolly's RED MILLS on 16 October 2018

Jake Saywell’s Training Tips Part 3

Water trays are known to be spooky and can be a challenge for some horses. In today’s blog post showjumper Jake Saywell discusses how he introduces water trays and fillers to young horses.


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Jake Saywell Training Exercise – Part 2

Written by Connolly's RED MILLS on 09 October 2018

Jake Saywell Training Exercise – Part 2
In the second part of the Jake Saywell’s Tuesday Training Tips blog Jake discusses how he uses poles to aid straightness when approaching and leaving a fence. 

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Pole Work with Jake Saywell

Written by Connolly's RED MILLS on 25 September 2018

Pole Work with Jake Saywell

At just 22 Jake is already making a name for himself in the showjumping world. Following his family’s footsteps, he takes after his parents and grandfather who were successful show jumpers.
 

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Hickstead high for Team Ireland

Written by Connolly's RED MILLS on 31 July 2018

Hickstead high for Team Ireland

What a Hickstead it turned out to be for RED MILLS riders with an amazing 49 top ten placings throughout the Royal International Horse Show.

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Harriet on Hickstead

Written by Connolly's RED MILLS on 21 June 2018

Harriet on Hickstead

Harriet Nuttall needs no introduction when it comes to the Hickstead Derby, having placed in the top three for the last four years but just missing out on the elusive first place. We caught up with her at Bolesworth to find out what she loves about Hickstead how her preparations are going for this year.

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Kirsty’s top showing tips

Written by Kirsty Aird on 29 May 2018

Kirsty’s top showing tips

Multi-talented Kirsty Aird competes in a variety of classes on a range of different types of horses and ponies. From newcomers to natives, working hunters to ridden heavy horses, Kirsty is a master at producing horses to do well in the ring.

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