Introduction to Evaluating Horse Build, Barrel Shape, and Movement for the Adaptive Riding Instructor

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Completing Part 1 and 2 of the Task Analysis presentations and quizzes will result in the participant completing 1 hour of education focused on evaluating the movement, build, and shape of equines to help ensure the best match for students with a wide range of disabilities.

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You will have 30 days from date of purchase to access the online course and certificate of completion

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What will you learn?

  • Build of the Horse- Narrow, average, wide. How do these builds impact our students? Considerations when pairing with different disabilities.
  • Barrel Shapes- What are they and how do they impact different riders
  • How Movement Feels- Including discussion on how it impacts rider tone and sensory input
  • The Horse & Human Pelvis- How are they similar? How do they impact each other? Why does this matter when evaluating movement?
  • Pelvic tilt explained and when/how it is seen in riders
  • Three main types of movement- What does the rider feel? What will we see on the ground? Disability considerations.
  • How Movement is felt- Rating it and how it may impact riders with different diagnoses
  • Final Thoughts and tips on horse build and movement evaluation

Presented by Saebra Pipoly

Owner/Founder of Hoof Falls & Footfalls

PATH Intl. Advanced Therapeutic Riding Instructor, CTRI, ESMHL, Mentor, Associate Faculty/Evaluator for Registered TRI OSWC

Learn more about Saebra and Hoof Falls & Footfalls HERE.