Kathrin Branderup-Tannous - Participants 2020
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Kathrin Branderup-Tannous

Participants 2020

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We are excited to share with you our first collaboration of 2020 with international trainer Kathrin Branderup, on the 22nd and 23rd august 2020.

We are excited to share with you our second collaboration of 2019 with international trainer Kathrin Branderup-Tannous, a licensed Bent Branderup® trainer from The Academic Art of Riding, on the 22nd and 23rd August 2020.

Having previously hosted private clinics with Kathrin here at Dudmaston Stud to support our passion for The Academic Art of Riding we couldn’t wait to share this learning opportunity with you. If you are interested in taking a precise, thoughtful and educated approach to your work with horse’s in a fun, non-competitive, non-judgemental, supportive environment then this is the course for you.

Here is an outline of what each day may look like;

Saturday Day 1:Sunday Day 2:

9:00-10:00: Theory

10:00 -14:00: 1:1 lessons

14:00-15:00 Lunch (included)

15:00-16:00 Theory

16:00-20:00 1:1 lessons

9:00-10:00: Theory

10:00 -14:00:  1:1 lessons

14:00: Lunch (included, and some inspirational input to take home.)

(theses are approximate times and may vary.)

Here are some of Kathrin’s own words:

In the Academic Art of Riding I found a way to spend meaningful quality time together with horses. Over the years it developed and became my way to meditate. I calm down, feel my and my horse’s energy and can balance myself. The better I learn to balance myself, the further I can develop together with my horse. Each day we meet each other again, each day is new and different, and each day we grow together. This way to spend time with horses is rich and simple, amazing but very down to earth. It is nothing exclusive. It is open for every horseman and -woman, no matter what breed the horse is, no matter how crooked his legs are. Neither do you need fancy equipment, nor stylish clothing. The art and the handcraft as its basic are committed only to the physical and mental well-being of the horse.

The art of riding can produce fantastic pictures, but the most amazing about it can only be felt by the horse and the rider, “when two spirits want to do, what two bodies can do.” (Bent Branderup)

Participant Cost: £275.