Academy of Equestrain Sports
New advanced knowledge for 21st CENTURY based on SCIENTIFIC and PRAGMATIC PRINCIPLES for
the ART of Horse training and riding in Olympic disciplines Jumping
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GOING BIG ? Intensive Horse Jumping Training program for Grand Prix competition
for National Teams or Individuals
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Sam clearing an oxer 1978
Destiny (OTTB) at Piaffe 2006
Photo By: A.Bahrami
Photo By: Teresa Bailey

I have been around horses for decades.

I ride and train the horses almost every day, I give riding lessons everyday, I study interesting articles about horses everyday, I think and write about horses everyday!

It’s my passion.

And I don’t plan on retiring anytime soon, in fact I am getting ready for the Olympic Games.

It’s not the destination, it’s the journey, A KEY TO YOUTH, that is my life.

Of course I have interests and goals in other aspects of my life too; I am not traveling on just one track.

The horse has been my partner in various aspects of this sport. I have been active as a rider, as a show competitor, as a horse trainer, a riding instructor, a rider training program planer, a show organizer, a show jumping course designer, a judge and an executive manager of various horse organizations. During these experiences I have tried to learn. I don’t like to overshadow anyone and I openly admit that I am still learning and still have a long way to go.

My goal here is to collect the knowledge that I have learned so far to share it with other people. There are as many opinions as there are horse people !!! and accordingly The HORSE HAS SOME POSITIVE RESPONSES for every one ALWAYS. Yes always. Regardless of what you do, the horse will still show you some ” improvement ” ( the horse wants to make every one happy, that’s a horse issue you don’t understand !!! ) even though this “improvement” may be a real problem that can cause multiple other difficulties and makes the happiness of that “improvement” fleeting and temporary with the consequence of keeping the level of the game low and increasing training time for ever.

That is why it is not easy for a rider or a horse trainer or an instructor or a judge or a spectator … to have a clear assessment about different aspects of this sport and that is why it takes years and years of practice for any of them to just get a better sensation about the job. To solve this problem I avoid to be drowned by common fuzzy comments based on sensation and nominal evidence that you never know when and how they work and for who and what case.

I would choose scientific methods and try to explain any aspect of this sport with the concept of the actual evidence based on physics that is clear and effective for every one and any case always, plus with the advantage of minimizing training time.

To DESIGN a rider or horse TRAINING PROGRAM I start with the NATURAL SKILLS of each individual rider or horse, then I improve them enough to move on to the next higher level taking one step forward at a time.

This method makes the rider or horse training program SAFE, EASY, FUN and progressive and REDUCES training TIME.

I would like to mention that some of my views are a little bit different and constitute a NEW WAY to introduce this sport as the result of some NEW KNOWLEDGE. Creating hype is not my style; I prefer descriptions that are BRIEF and USEFUL. I am happily open to hear from anyone who has any opinion or idea to improve and advance this information. If any correction seems necessary it will be considered under the name of the person who helped to reach to a BETTER IDEA.

This blog is NOT about making MONEY; it is only for the life and love of the horse, it’s my KEY TO YOUTH, for fun with other horse lovers all over the world who enjoy INTELLIGENT COMMUNICATION and exchanging points of view which could improve SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE about the horse, this marvelous creature, as our ATHLETIC PARTNER.

I do this also to get rid of my paper notes that are at the moment dispersed everywhere in my home. My plan is to edit my notes from the 80s and translate them to English and adding my English notes since 1999 to them. Then I‘ll double check and gradually put them here. Also I will collect USEFUL ARTICLES in this blog site about this sport that are WRITTEN by OTHERS under their name and with their permission

This blog is not completed yet at all; it just gives a frame to start with.

By the way, English is my new and second language so I apologize for any ENGLISH MISTAKES and I would appreciate it if anyone e-mails me to correct them or mentioning BETTER EXPRESSIONS to explain my ideas. These VOLUNTEERS will also be listed on this web site.

I would like to offer my best salute and gratitude to the people from all over the world who have supported me with their heart warming and encouraging e-mails showing their interests about the information on this blog.

And that’s not all, it’s just beginning.

Sincerely yours.
Koorosh

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Greater Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada E-mail: ProgressiveRiding@hotmail.com We can accomodate your cilinc Horse boarding also available
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FEATURES:
RIDER and HORSE TRAINING program :
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The GOALS and POLICY
To provide a SAFE POSITION for the rider according to the nature of horse’s movement and the nature of the rider’s physique to improve the horse’s and the rider’s athletic and mental abilities and technique to the FULLEST,
To make rider’s WEIGHT the most suitable load for the horse in order to display the horse’s athletic abilities to the fullest,
To establish a most SIMPLE system of communication between the rider and the horse that doesn’t make a plight for either of them, just to SHARE this SPORT with each other as ONE UNIT.
To DESIGN a rider or horse TRAINING PROGRAM that starts with the natural skills of each individual rider or horse, to improve them enough to move on to the next higher level taking one step forward at a time; each step is a prerequisite for the next.
To INSPIRE the rider in this INVIGORATING sport.
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HELLO TOMORROW!!!
NO REINS full CONTROL FIRST TIME EVER DRESSAGE and JUMPING (Since 1980)
A THRILL BEYOND COMPARE
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Gladiator (OTTB) at canter (Flying changes) May1st, 2005
Gladiator (OTTB) at Piaffe May1st, 2005
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Photos By: A. Khaledi
Photos By: A. Khaledi
Sam Jumping an oxer, Clearing a course
                (No Reins)1982
Gladiator (OTTB) clearing an oxer(4ft=120 cm) (No Reins)2005
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         Photo By: A.Bahrami
Photo By: A. Khaledi
Royal Moment (Raz) jumping a 5″7′ (170cm) Triple bar at a puissance competition 1986
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Photo Published by The National newspaper of Iran “Ettelaat”
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SERVICES
LIMITED SPACES (Since 2000)
Making sense of training and riding a horse!!!
Lessons are in SAFE and EASY STEPS to reach ADVANCED levels.
& RIDER training and SHOWING program
(from beginners to National and International levels)
Gladiator (OTTB) jumping an oxer clearing a jump-off course (2002) Placed 1st (At his first show season) Thunderbird Show Park, Langley BC
 06 Kam on on Gladiator 03 Thunderbird 3.3
Photo By:Onsite Digital Photography
Destiny (OTTB) jumping an oxer clearing a jump-off course (2003) Placed 3rd(At her first show season) Thunderbird Show Park, Langley BC
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Photo By:Onsite Digital Photography
Speedo (OTTB) jumping an oxer clearing a jump-off course (2002) Placed 3rd(At her first show season) Thunderbird Show Park, Langley BC
 01 May 03
Photo By:Onsite Digital Photography

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EXERCISE and exercise your horse!!!
HORSE training program (for you and your horse)
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AFTER SCHOOL program (for age 12 and older) A couple of hours of fun with the horses, to learn the best WORLD CLASS TECHNIQUES, comprised of an hour on the horse that could include 20 minutes of CANTER exercises
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Stressed? Frazzled? Ride a Horse!!!
FUN and WEIGHT LOSS and FITNESS horse riding lessons

Leah@2pt

FUN and THERAPEUTIC horse riding program for some people.
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Langley, British Columbia, Canada
2006-2007 © Koorosh Ayromlooi / Koorosh / Progressive Riding / Koorosh Equestrian School . All rights reserved. Copyright
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