How to use PIXEM (incl. affiliate account)
How to use PIXEM smoothly: As you know, the PIXEM system consists of the robot, the beacons 1 to 3 and the clock. When setting up the system, it is best to observe the following sequence: Position the robot including the camera (mobile phone or the PIXIO camera) and switch it on. Place the beacons: No. 1 directly opposite, No. 2 to the left of it, No. 3 to the right of it, switch it on. After this place the clock at No. 1 and switch it on, leave it there. Go to the mobile app, adjust the section and zoom. Another advice, if you also wear an Apple Watch, it can interfere with the system's Bluetooth. The same [...]
How to use PIVO (incl. discount code)
How does the PIVO system work? Follow these tips to make it easy: Place the PIVO on the track with a tripod at X. Make the legs of the tripod as flat as possible then you have the best possible stability. Use the Equestrian mode in landscape format, you [...]
SAP Equestrian Day
On December 5th, the SAP Equestrian Day with Ingrid Klimke took place at the Reit- und Rennverein Walldorf. The topic was: "Bringing positive tension into the horse: More stability and mobility in the riders middle position". There took place a seat analysis by my colleague Alex Kappes on the [...]
All horses are athletes…
...what about the rider? We always take care about our horses fitness, but how is it about your own? Are you cardiovascularly fit enough? Are you movable in your joints or do you already have problems in you back? All horses and riders are athletes! But if you are [...]
Yes, you can…!
Advice how you can keep your input. As you know, you get a massive theoretical and practical advice during my lessons. Sometimes it's too much to keep it in your mind. Belwo you will find some advices how you could keep this input after the training and how to [...]
Saturday Chill Day!
After a week of busy training, our horses have a chill day on Saturday. In the morning they go - as every day - for 30-minute into the walker, then I lunge them with our cavesson and, if the weather permits, a couple of hours on the paddock or [...]
BEMER Magnetic Field Therapy
All our horses receive a daily wellness with the BEMER magnetic field therapy blanket. Regular use improves suppleness and supports the optimal training process. It also serves as a prevention and increases the immune system, the horse is generally more relaxed. We use the BEMER magnetic field therapy on [...]
Reitkultur #12 – The Canter Pirouette
The pirouette as the testing of the collection! Colonel Alois Podhajsky said aptly: "You can buy flying changes, piaffes and passages, but you have to ride a pirouette ..." In Reitkultur No. 12, the last one this year, you will find my analysis of pirouettes. What are the requirements? [...]
Cooperation with string girth manufacturer!
For long time I've been thinking of buying a string girth. Unfortunately, they are not very often manufacturers found and when they do, they come with exorbitant prices. Now I have finally found an expert near me. Nina Wühle from "Reit-wie-am-Schnürchen" produces string girths made from different materials and [...]
Biography at Bookazin “Reitkultur”
I am very happy that my biography was published in the horse magazine "Reitkultur", issue no. 11. Christine Felsinger interviewed me about my time at the riding institute Egon von Neindorff and my career as a trainer. Maresa Mader took the photos and we had the opportunity to meet [...]
Since October 1st we have arrived in our new home at the Reit- und Rennverein Walldorf! The stables of the RRV Walldorf were recently built and re-designed and we found the opportunity to offer professional training for you and your horses. The facility has a 20x60m and 20x40m indoor [...]
Digital Training Nugget No. 1
We published our first "Digital Training Nugget" on Instagram. This Training Nugget explains how you teach a young horse the "turn on the forehand" from the ground, to get it easier under the saddle later on. Follow us at Instagram by using the QR Code:
Can’t you do more for less?
You only get what you pay for … and paying for high-quality professional training is an investment for (your horse’s) life! On internet forums one often reads the question, "does anyone know a good horsebreaker, who breaks in young horses gently, sensitively catering to their needs, ideally at my [...]