As announced yesterday I will take over the instagram today
So let’s introduce myself: I’m Madinja and I’m a first years ESB student. I’m 18 years old and I’m from the Netherlands. I’ve got two horses myself, which are stabled at home. Brownie (in the photo) is a 14 years old mare, and Boston is a 3 year old gelding. With Brownie I do lots of different things, such as jumping, dressage, hacking out, tricktraining and much more! Besides horse riding and studying I photograph as well Today I will show you a day in my life, starting with feeding the horses, then traveling by school, and then I'll show you the classes we have today! I hope you all enjoy!
I chose this study because it’s a really broad study, which gives much opportunities for in the future. We get to see so much different aspects in the equine industry and we learn so many different things, such as health, welfare, feeding, marketing and financial accounting. I like the fact that the study is in English, because it is a great way to go international after and during the study.
Next week Friday on the 18th of May @future.of.dressage.judging will take place at @equinnolab in Weert (NL). At this extraordinary event experts and juries will discuss and try new judging methods for different levels of Dressage tests. Even the audience can try the new methods with spectator judging. All judges will get 50 license points for attending but the afternoon is promising to be educational for all Dressage lovers. Get your ticket now at www.futureofdressagejudging.com or at the door.
Since the event is held in English international visitors are more then welcome! #dressage#improvement#judging#innovation#timeforchange#fairness#transparency
Today we also had a kick-off session with the 2nd year students for the horse-rider project. For this session we had the help of Elena van Duin of Rider&Spine to observe and assess a horse-rider combination at Stal Mansour in Arnhem. Our students Anaïs (@anais_cramers) and Imme (@immeveenstra) were our volunteers with their horses. It surely was an interesting morning!