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 Schooling a young horse from its very first moments under the saddle is my passion.
I love discovering them, understanding them and adapting my training to fit each of them!


   I love young horses and am devoted to teaching my horses the basics that will allow them to develop their intrinsic quality!

Horses have outstanding strength of will. It is up to us to take advantage of it!

  Schooling a horse from A to Z is the greatest knowledge I have to offer! I have trained several horses up to Grand Prix level.

It is essential for me to see my horses happy with their environment and enjoying work. This is how I designed my training system.
My horses get to relax in the outdoor paddocks six days a week, both winter and summer.
I also take them out in the woods regularly, so that they can hack, trot, canter, meet nature,come face-to-face with wild boars...
They work in the indoor school, as well as in outdoor arenas with sand or grass footing.
Depending on the horses, I also make sure that various training activities are proposed, such as working with ground poles, cavaletti, even a little bit of jumping, over a water tray, getting up a bank etc.
Every day, my horses get Crau hay* twice and 3 meals of flaked feed, tailoring the type of food to each horse’s needs.
 
   These elements all put together make the sports horse’s life pleasant and enable a better progression!
 *Crau hay : This hay is exclusively produced in the Crau plain, in the South of France. It is natural, palatable, nourishing, balancedand mineral-richhay.
Hay from natural meadows : Since the 16th century, canals have fed the Crau plain with the waters from the Durance river and their sediments. Little by little, the silt deposited on the irrigated land creates an alluvial soil that is rich in mineral and trace elements, on which the pastures grow.
A rich and balanced flora : The flora is made up of a balanced mix of grasses (false oat-grass, cocksfoot grass, fescue), legume species (trefoil, clovers) and various plants. The composition varies with the cuts, each of them comprising some twenty different species.