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Winmallee Classical Riding & Warmbloods.

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We have lessons available on highly trained school horses for learning new skills or just to improve the skills you already have.Private Lessons are available from 30mins – 60mins and students are asked to come early to allow time to help catch, groom and tack up the horse.


We also re-educate and train the unskilled horse to be light and forward and to be in the Classical Frame of self carriage. We use exercises that supple, strengthen and educate the horses, developing the horse’s natural paces and abilities by improving transitions, suspension, collection, extensions and self–carriage.

This results in a beautifully trained, obedient, comfortable and safe horse that is a pleasure to own and ride.Help is available with preparing horses for showing, understanding what is required with preparation and workouts in the show ring and dressage arena. Amanda has had extensive experience in all types of showing and is available to come and help at shows.Horse assessments are done for pre-purchase of horses. To check whether the horse is suited for the discipline you choose. To be sure the conformation is correct for this discipline.


Specialising in training “Off The Track” race horses to become light & supple for the show ring, dressage and pony club.

Advance your skills in the following:


  • Safe handling of horses
  • Understanding your horse – Horse behaviour
  • Fitting all types of gear for your horse (saddles, bridles, rugs ext)
  • Preparation and care of horse breeding stock
  • Equine nutrition: Feeding your horse
  • Horses health
  • Foaling down
  • Managing pastures and weeds

Accommodation and agistment  is available for people who have to travel.

True horsemanship demands time, patience and a, sometimes painful, honesty. As our horses start to mirror our traits, we may come face to face with the reflection of behaviour which shows that we might be lacking in kindness, confidence and a desire to please.

You have to be disciplined enough to master your own personality otherwise you will not successfully master a horse,. This is why the art of classical horsemanship takes a lifetime to achieve. The classical path is sound and all who follow this route can learn more of the fundamental qualities missing from today’s way of life.

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The evolution of the English Thoroughbred may have been an accident of fate, but to the racing and hunting world, it was the coup de grace to the bad old days of expensive importation. English nobility and commoner alike were now able to enjoy their own hot blood. National breeding allowed small provincial studs to exist alongside those...


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