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EQUESTRIAN SPECIAL OLYMPICS GREAT BRITAIN Develops co-ordination, good posture, balance, and body awareness. Improves athlete’s total fitness. Teaches self-discipline. Teaches athlete to respect and enjoy nature and animals. BENEFITS OF RIDING Enhances self-esteem.

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equestrian

EQUESTRIAN

SPECIAL OLYMPICS

GREAT BRITAIN

benefits of riding
Develops co-ordination, good posture, balance, and body awareness.

Improves athlete’s total fitness.

Teaches self-discipline.

Teaches athlete to respect and enjoy nature and animals.

BENEFITS OF RIDING
benefits of riding3
Enhances self-esteem.

Provides athlete with a life-long sporting activity and is FUN.

BENEFITS OF RIDING
suitability of horse
Age

Temperament

Gait

Size – height and width

SUITABILITY OF HORSE
working trails gains
Balance

Co-ordination

Concentration

Confidence

Self-Esteem

Enjoyment

WORKING TRAILS - GAINS
dressage
Dressage is ridden in a 20m x 40m arena.

Many skills are developed in riding a dressage test – concentration and spacial awareness are improved

DRESSAGE
horse care knowledge
It is very important for riders to understand how to look after their horse properly.

Grooming – why do we groom?

Feed – What to feed – portions – how often – treats.

HORSE CARE & KNOWLEDGE
horse care knowledge8
Tack – Care and fitting of tack.

Stables/fields – cleanliness and safety.

Looking after a horse is an extension of looking after yourself!

HORSE CARE & KNOWLEDGE
how to get started
Join local Special Olympics or RDA Group.

Go along to nearest Equestrian Centre and see what they have to offer. Make sure they are geared up for riders with physical/learning disability.

Start your own Special Olympics Equestrian Group. For more details contact Equestrian Technical Advisor or Head Office.

HOW TO GET STARTED