The EquiAmi Combi includes both the Riding and Lungeing Aids in one complete package. Both kits come complete with full instructions and an instructional DVD. The premium kit is shown below
have an English leather chest piece hand made in Walsall, and high quality rope to ensure long life, robustness and the high level of quality customers require in equestrian equipment.
Our standard products have a webbing chest piece and offer a high quality, durable and reasonably priced product. The standard Combi is shown below.
The Combi comprises one leather or webbing chest piece, the riding loop, the two colour coded sections of the lungeing loop in a storage bag, with printed instructions for fitting and use and a complimentary DVD. Since most people would not need to use both the training aids at the same time, buying two identical chest pieces is an unnecessary expense. The Combi offers great value for money and is a complete system for whatever horse arrives in your yard.
There are many horses who, not only need to work through their backs more effectively, but who also do not accept a contact with the bit. Ex-racehorses for example often work in a long flat outline and avoid contact, largely because this has never been asked for. The EquiAmi combi is ideal to use with this type of horse and amazing results can be achieved in a short space of time (2 - 6 weeks) by using the lungeing aid once a week and the riding aid once a week. Because the two training aids both give the horse the same feel of working in a soft consistent contact, the penny drops quite quickly as to what you want from him/her, and that it is more comfortable for them to work in this way as, when they do, the training aid becomes looser. This method of suggestion and reward will always give better results than any form of force or restriction as the horse is not tight or resisting.
One of our best examples of a horse transformed in this way is shown below.
Ewe necked 3/4 TB type age 4.
Working in the lungeing aid age 4.5
Doing prelim dressage age 5
Once a horse starts to work through his back, its whole way of going changes. Notice how in picture two the horse is tracking up and using its hindquarters more effectively resulting in a soft, accepting contact and wither lift compared to picture one. The fabulous muscle profile and outline achieved in picture three bears no resemblance to the horse we started with in picture one, but I can assure you that it is the same one. This horse can be seen working without and with the lungeing aid in the video clip.
EquiAmi premium products are manufactured from highest quality English leather in Walsall, home of finest quality bridlework. www.steedsman.co.uk
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