A mediocre coach tells.
A good coach explains.
A superior coach demonstrates.
A GREAT coach inspires.
The training and development of rider and horse are crucial to any success. To optimally train, you need a motivated and skillful trainer or coach. Training a combination is a challenging job and the trainer is expected to have tons of qualities for the training to be a success.
What better way to train you and your horse, than with a certified trainer from one of the most successful countries in the equestrian sport: the Netherlands. ESI has some of the best coaches in the Netherlands and we help equestrian organizations to find a trainer who suits their level, discipline, and any other wishes. Our trainers help you and your organization to move forward by sharing all their experience and knowledge.
What are the benefits?
ESI has a large pool with certified trainers with different specialties, from dressage to jumping and for all different levels ranging from novice riders to Prix St. George level or 1.40m in jumping.
Being trained by Dutch, ESI trainers give you a lot more benefits:
- A trainer immediately helps you to solve problems in your manner of riding
- A trainer makes you feel confident in what you are doing and why you are doing it
- A trainer sees if the horse responds to your aids and helps you to feel the difference
- A trainer motivates you in your training
- A trainer functions as your sparring partner
- A trainer comes up with creative ideas to improve your riding skills
- A trainer pushes you to step out of your comfort zone to challenge yourself
When you are a trainer yourself, you can also learn from a Dutch trainer. Observing a training and watching the ESI trainer, provides you new knowledge and teaching skills.
The best learners make the best teachers. A passion for learning reflects in the quality of teaching. Therefore, all our trainers are still riders who want to be on top of the game.
All our trainers love to interact with people, love listening to their problems, love coming up with solutions to these problems, and enjoy motivating their students to become better riders or horse owners.