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About us


Over the past 20 years I have combined my experience with Classical Dressage Training, Natural Horsemanship and the study of equine bio mechanics to meet the needs of each horse and rider combination.

My unique humane first approach will address any situation using a combination

My unique humane first approach will address any situation using a combination of exercises to correct imbalances, crookedness and asymmetries to achieve

flexibility, mobility, true straightness,
relaxation and ultimately collection.

I happily work with all types of horses and riders at all levels ofability. Skills for both horse and rider are taught progressively and in a logical fashion that build on a solid foundation for both.

Ground work, Lunging, work in hand and ridden work combine to make a complete program that develops the horse mentally, emotionally & physically resulting in relaxation, an improved understanding and relationship between horse and rider and very importantly, longevity in the health, age and career of your horse.



The desire to put the beauty of Classical Dressage into the competition arena is of utmost importance to me and my understanding of the Equine Bio-Mechanics is a huge asset to this. Combining this with my logical 5 step training program, I can help aall riders educate their horse in a clear and respectful manner.

 Step 1 — Cavesson

Step 2 — Lunging (including cavelletti)

Step 3 — Education of the Mouth

Step 4 — In Hand

Step 5 — Ridden

I am one of three Level 1 School of Légèreté Licensed teachers within Australia. I am also an Equestrian Australia Level 3 Dressage Coach and Coach Educator and I have been lucky enough to have studied equine bio-mechanics with many of the great therapists that we have in Australia and Internationally.

I have competed Grand Prix on my gorgeous Clydie Cross, Avoca Black Saint. During our time together we represented Australia in the World Dressage Challenge and Victoria at State and National level. Currently I am competing my home-bred horses Avoca Solomon and Avoca Rocket Man at FEI and Avoca Flaunt It at Medium. 



Leanne and Jason met a number of years ago whilst continuing their equine studies within the School of Légèreté. They were both drawn to the school because of the logical and empathetic manner in which the training system was developed by Philippe Karl.

Between them, they have in excess of 50 years’ experience in training horses, including, breeding, the initial handling, the backing process, groundwork, in-hand work, competition training and general horsemanship.

Our Values

  • We will train horses based on their values

  • We work smarter not harder

  • We remove feeling words in our training

  • We will say please and thank you

  • We will do what we will say we will do

  • We practice clear communication when related to the horse

  • We understand that the horse is a reflection of us

  • We are family

  • We will make learning a FUN environment

  • Our Purpose

    Our Purpose

    “To help HUMANS better understand HORSES”.

    Our Mission

    Our Mission

    “By 2027 we will have supported and inspired 3000 horse riders to achieve their DREAMS”.


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