Experienced dressage instructor Byford area?

Discussion in 'Training Horses' started by Blue Blood Aravis, Aug 25, 2013.

  1. Blue Blood Aravis

    Blue Blood Aravis New Member

    Hi. I have a young horse I am starting and am looking for experienced considerate dressage instructor to help me bring him on, no nazis and I can't stand the forceful push-pull thing a lot of people seem keen on. I am in the Byford area. Any recommendations would be most appreciated. Thanks.
  2. Macchiato

    Macchiato Well-known Member

    Sally-Leigh Woods. She is in Wungong and is brilliant.
  3. madison

    madison Well-known Member

    Gillian Wibberly she's in Mundijong
  4. ZaZa

    ZaZa Guest

    I don't think Jill's taking on any new students though. ;)
  5. wattle6180

    wattle6180 Gold Member

    Ian Smith is just in Serpentine....he travels or you can go to his :) Very encouraging and patient :)
  6. madison

    madison Well-known Member

    I'd better stop recommending her then :D
  7. wawa85

    wawa85 Guest

    Rebecca Desmond of Classical Dressage Australia (CDA) on here. She has a lovely calm approach to instructing and explains the movements and concepts of Dressage in a way that is easy to understand.
  8. barragirl

    barragirl Active Member

    Wendy Barker in Martin is marvelous! :)*
  9. Leti loves Elmo

    Leti loves Elmo Well-known Member

    Marj Radford. Very patient and easy going
  10. Lokenzo

    Lokenzo Gold Member

    Marj Radford in Byford definitely although not sure how many more students she is taking on but worth a try.

    I have also had a lesson with Ian Smith and he was absolutely brilliant!
  11. tammyprez

    tammyprez Well-known Member

    I am agreeing with comments here - Marj is excellent and have seen Ian's work / heard many positive comments
  12. MmmCookies

    MmmCookies New Member

    Another **) for Ian Smith. I send my daughter to him weekly and he has brought her and a challenging mare along beautifully, all with patience and a smile. An extra bonus is his willingness to jump on and 'tweak' when necessary.

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