Learning to work independently
Introduction: All our courses aim to create a good relationship between horse and man when they work together. That is why in the course "Looking after young horses" you will be able to see the work with horses entrusted to us for educating and re-educating. You will be guided through the various stages of care and preparation of the young horse until you can work independently.
Aim: To acquire the principles of the Blondeau method to look after young horses.
The theory will enable you to understand better the relationship with youngsters.
A course for the experienced rider
The theory that you will be taught will cover subjects of equestrian culture, the study of the horse, how it moves and ethology.
These subjects will enable you to understand the principles of the Blondeau method.
Approaching a young horse using the voice
Cleaning out boxes in the presence of a young horse
Preparing a young horse for work following safety principles
Carry out upward and downward transitions from the ground using the voice
Lungeing a young horse using the voice
Saddling a young horse under training following safety principles
Coping with small obstacles from the ground to ensure the co-operation of a young horse
Teaching a young horse to go into an out of a trailer
Participate with a team in teaching a young horse to use the starting gates
Participate with a team in re-educating a traumatised horse to use the starting gates
A one-day assessment test on your knowledge of equitation on the subject of care and groundwork
Galop 3 FFE or experience
Duration: 10 months
Date : September to June
One-day assessment test: 120€
Course: 4600 €
Diploma for this course:
Ecole Blondeau Brevet Level 1 - BEB1
Assistance possible : OPCA, VIVEA and FAFSEA
To apply: 02 41 50 70 50 - Contact us with this form