How To Cut Through The BS & Get Real Training Advice From Grand Prix Riders

Welcome to our ongoing series, where we promise to show you the real deal – unfiltered, raw, and sometimes politically incorrect us!

We are two BFF Grand Prix riders who are taking on the world. Through this series, we’re going to show you the good, the bad, and the downright ugly. NOTHING is off limits.

We’ll explore the bigger issues, like the politics of our sport, the controversies and scandals that threaten its integrity, and the harsh realities of what it takes to succeed at the highest level. But all with a positive message…. a road where in-spite of this YOU TOO can reach Grand Prix!

Yes, we’ll be saying things that aren’t always PC. But we’re not afraid to speak our minds and confront the uncomfortable issues head-on. Because that’s what true friendship and true equestrianism are all about – honesty, integrity, and a willingness to stand up for what you believe in.

Join us to cut through the Instagram culture of perfect moments full of glamour and beauty. Let’s dive into the reality, that horse world is anything but! It’s gritty, it’s tough, and it’s full of unanticipated challenges.

You’ll get a backstage pass into our daily lives, as we balance training, competing, and everything in between. Share our triumphs, our struggles, our laughter and our tears. And who knows – maybe we’ll inspire you to chase your own wildest dreams, no matter how impossible they may seem.

Alicia and Tash xxx

If you are looking for a better way to train dressage, a clearer step by step system to follow, AND looking to have more fun in your riding with faster progress.
I’d love to hear from you how you go and what strategies you use when you are training your horse.

Offer as much details as possible in your reply – your story might just help someone else have a breakthrough in their riding journey!

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Thank so so much for reading, watching and sharing your story!

To Your Success,

Natasha Althoff