Helen Spence er booket for å holde hestedelen av siste SEVU-kurset – kliniske kasus, fredag 21.april. Når vi først har henne i Norge ønsker NAS å tilby en helg med klinikk med Helen.
Dato 22-23.april 2017
Arrangør: Norsk Atferdsgruppe for Selskapsdyr.
Anna Bjurgård Compton (email@example.com
Ingrd Maria Bjurgård Compton
Sted: Stall Østreng, Kolstadveien 93, 1814 Askim
Pris for begge dager:
Deltaker med hest: 1200
Deltaker uten hest 900
Pris for én dag:
Deltaker med hest: 700
Deltaker uten hest: 500
20% rabatt for studenter
Dette er kurset for deg som er opptatt av å bygge en god relasjon med hesten din, og kan svare ja på et eller flere av de følgende spørsmål:
Would you like to strengthen the bond between you & your horse?
Would you like to train in a way that increases your horse’s calmness & confidence, yet at the same time improves responsiveness & lightness?
Have you always wanted to use more reward when training your horse?
Have you ever felt that you are being pushed to use more pressure than you would wish when working with your horse?
Do you have a horse that is nervous & spooky or sluggish & ‘switched off’?
Do you have a young horse that has lots to learn?
Do you have an old horse that has seen it all before & is bored with schooling?
Do you like the idea of training in a way that is both gentle & safe for you & your horse?
Do you want to have a horse that looks forward to being trained so much that they gallop to the gate to see you?
Instruktør er Helen Spence fra Horsesense (http://
“Dr Helen Spence has a degree in Psychology and a doctorate on ‘The Influence of Owner Personality and Attitudes on the Behaviour and Temperament of the Domestic Horse’. She runs her own consultancy business offering advice on horse behaviour and on training and rehabilitation issues faced by horse owners, including riding lessons. She also designs and delivers regular educational talks, workshops, clinics and demonstrations for horse owners and riders and for all types of equine professionals, including other pet behaviour therapists, and offers mentoring and training support for professional equine behaviourists and trainers. She travels all across the UK and Ireland to teach and has even been as far afield as Finland. She has taught Psychology at undergraduate level and was a tutor on the MSc in Companion Animal Behaviour Counselling at Southampton University, delivering the Equine Case Studies and Equine Welfare/ Ethology lectures. She has recently been invited to teach similar content on the MSc in Clinical Animal Behaviour for Waikato University, New Zealand. She lectures on Equine Behaviour and Practical Handling as part of the Optional Behaviour Weekend at University of Liverpool School of Veterinary Science run by highly respected veterinary behaviourist, Sarah Heath. On a personal level, she has an interest in classical riding and is passionate about teaching riders the correct classical seat, heavily influenced by Alexander teacher and classical instructor Gloria Pullan who herself trained with two former pupils of the Spanish Riding School of Vienna, Charles Harris and Daniel Pevsner. She has been described as a ‘rare breed’, someone who works day in and out handling and training horses and teaching training in an applied way, yet with academic qualifications and a thorough understanding of the theory of training and teaching.”
Kurset finner sted på Stall Østreng, Kolstadveien 93, 1814 Askim. Det er en uteridebane på 20×50 meter med sandgrunn. Hestene kan få pause i gress-paddock og det blir tilbudt overnatting.
50,- Nkr for paddock gjennom dagen
100,- Nkr for overnattting inne/ute
Lunsj er inkludert og består i suppe/fyldig salat, Kaffe og te blir også servert
Hestene kan tas i mot allerede fredag kveld, og hestehenger kan parkeres på gården.
Ønsker du å delta med hest. Send en mail til Anna Bjurgård Compton, og fortell litt om deg og hesten. Ring for mer informasjon, 975 79 379
Påmelding er bindende. Forbehold om nok påmeldte,
Deltaker med hest: 1200
Deltaker uten hest 900
Helen Spence om trening av hest:
For me the most important consideration is perhaps better described as ‘ethical horsemanship’- putting the horse first, with a true understanding of training theory, of emotions and stress, of horse nature, and of people. This requires that we be the best that we can be, always educating ourselves and developing ourselves, and never getting stuck in the box.
In my coaching sessions, clinics and talks I will look at any ‘method’ or approach and explain how it works and how best to use it. I am more than happy to work with people who practise Natural Horsemanship, and I am more than happy to work with people who practise conventional horsemanship! Let’s dissolve the barrier between the two; it just doesn’t have to be there.