The magical world of Spanish horse riding is breathtaking. It is, in a sense, a different, yet very similar, perspective on equestrian aspects such as the use of natural and artificial aids or the way of working with a horse. What makes the difference are the little details with which to build the Spanish Riding School empire.

However, a person who comes into contact with this term for the first time may feel lost. Is it a completely different way of riding? How will I be able to use it in everyday work with my mount? Are the teaching methods different, more effective?

In order to find the answers to the questions that bother us and at the same time get as much as possible for ourselves, it is worth getting acquainted with the 4 steps of using the benefits of Spanish equestrian wisdom.

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This is the absolute "Bible" of the Spanish Jaza School, which in a clear and at the same time metaphorical way takes the reader to Andalusia - the capital of HSJ, the mecca of every style of horse riding. This is where equestrianism as we know it was born: from Doma Vaquera comes the American Western, Doma Classica became the basis of classic dressage, and from Alt Escuel come the stunning figures that we can admire in the French Cadre Noir or the Vienna Spanische Hofreitschule. To find out from the cradle what rules reign in the Spanish Riding School, read both the first and the second part. Only a rider who is relentless in pursuing his goal, hungry for knowledge and constantly looking for new solutions will have an open mind, receptive mind and skills that allow him to achieve the highest level of union with the horse. This book shows how rich the Andalusian culture is, how much we can learn from the Spanish masters and finally how to translate it into our own mounts.

You can buy the book HERE

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The next stage in looking for inspiration and knowledge is the YouTube channel, where we publish videos from our work. After reading the book and familiarizing yourself with the theoretical side of horse riding, it's time to see what it looks like in practice. It is extremely important to dress up with the figures of classical dressage and Alta Escuel in order to look for a similar union during our training. In addition, the films show not only the beauty of horse riding, but also amazing Spanish views and send viewers a power of positive energy. One could say that they are the essence of long and often arduous work aimed at showing the viewer that impossible things do not exist!

You can find our YouTube account HERE

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Masterclass in Poland

A rider prepared in such a way, who not only has theoretical knowledge, but also feels the power of positive thinking, is motivated and prepared for intense exercise, will get the most out of training!

Equestrian clinics in Poland have such a name for a reason. It is to heal the rider of bad habits, fears, fears and other blockers that prevent him from developing. Horses Pura Raza Espanola : Escuedro VII PRE and Legendario LXV are true professors in horse bodies. Very polite and obedient, they allow the rider to focus on his own body during cuerdy - riding a lunge. This is the first stage of the ride, in which we practice balance and perfect the seat to perfection, so that the clinic participant feels confident with his skills and is well prepared for the more difficult elements. Depending on the person, the pace of transition to other exercises is dictated by his progress. We don't know the limits!

It is also worth mentioning that training does not have to be done only from the saddle! If you would like to know all the magic of HSJ, you can participate in trabajo a mano , that is work in hand.

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Masterclass in Spain

In Andalusia, the term soniquete is popular - the word untranslatable into Polish is related to the sixth sense, which allows you to feel the music and its rhythm while dancing flamenco.

Horseback riding is in many respects the same as dancing, so it is not an exaggeration to try to use the term in connection with equestrianism. If you want to experience soniquete on your own skin, then a training day in Sanlúcar de Barrameda is a must.

Training with golden Andalusian stallions is possible most months as I am mostly here in Spain, close to the Atlantic Ocean. Our horses are extremely well trained not only in classical dressage and Spanish styles such as Alta Escuela or Doma Vaquera, but also in natural riding. I am sure that the things you will see here will be an unforgettable adventure! The Royal Stable of Blanka Satora Horse Show is simply magical!