Noa is a young student just starting on her training journey here at Johnson Equestrian and her video blogs after each lesson are refreshing and enjoyable.The latest Blogs are at the end, so just scroll down to the bottom to see the latest. I hope you enjoy them as much as we enjoy making them. Well done Noa - always keep learning.
Hi and welcome,
My name is Noa Blue, I’m nine years old and this is my blog on horse riding!
With the help of my teacher Chrissie from #JohnsonEquestrian, I’m going to share lots of tips and tricks which I will be learning with my cute cheeky pony Jessie…fondly known as ‘Missy Moo”.
Until next time heels down and keep on trotting…..
11/8/16 Today's blog from Noa Blue is a video blog about her lesson today. It is about the importance of pressing on the mane and being able to take a pinch of mane in your fingers when you start to jump.
Take a look at Noa's video blog.
18/8/16 Today's blog from Noa Blue is about control of your pace.
21/8/16 Today's blog from Noah Blue is about belief- believing that you can get back in the saddle if you lose a stirrup or become unbalanced.
29th August 2016 This is really #Noa'sBlog Number 5 - and it is about position and balance and about doing drills and exercises to prepare yourself for things you might encounter in your #riding.#JohnsonEquestrian #Horseriding #Noa'sBlog #RidingLessons
1st September 2016 This is #Noa'sBlog Number 6 - and it was about a lot of things- riding related lines -changing the lines,learning about types of jumps ie spread and verticals and a bit about poisonous weeds.#riding.#JohnsonEquestrian #Horseriding #Noa'sBlog #RidingLessons
3rd Sep 2016 This is #Noa'sBlog Number 7- and it was about being an organised rider.#riding. #JohnsonEquestrian #Horseriding #Noa'sBlog #RidingLessons
8th Sep 2016 This is #Noa'sBlog Number 8- and it was about the importance of good basics.#riding. #JohnsonEquestrian #Horseriding #Noa'sBlog #RidingLessons
10th Sep 2016 This is #Noa'sBlog Number 9- and it was about the creating good habits.#riding. #JohnsonEquestrian #Horseriding #Noa'sBlog #RidingLessons
Big congratulations to George today at the AWHA Gala Day- Smokey 1st in the 7yo class, Stella 2nd in the 6yo class, Dan clear in the Open. Well done. Thanks to Lachy for super strapping. Thanks to proud part owners Liz Watson Jess Johnson Susan Joy Farrell and thanks to breeders David and Robyn Robertson #GeorgeJohnson #JohnsonEquestrian #Showjumping Thanks also to John Kohnke and Kay Kaye Kohnke of www.kohnkesown.com for their support.
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