Beginning Horse Archery with Outback Equines

taught by Hayley Chambers-Holt
Buy $110.00
Hayley Chambers-Holt
Hayley Chambers-Holt
Trainer/Director - Outback Equines

About the instructor

Hayley's Qualifications & Achievements 

  • Diploma Applied Science - Equine Studies
  • RDA Level One Coach (Riding for the Disabled)
  • Introductory General Coach EA (Equestrian Australia)
  • Trainee EA Level One General Coach 
  • NHAA Level Two Horse Archery Instructor - National Horse Archery Association 
  • Certificate in Dog Training & Behaviour (National Dog Trainers Federation) 

Hayley is an accomplished professional horsewomen specialising in:

  • Training difficult horses
  • Starting young horses
  • Float loading
  • Clicker & positive reinforcement training
  • Combined Reinforcement
  • Trick horses
  • Liberty horse training
  • Bareback / Bridle-less riding
  • Advocate and experienced in bitless riding
  • Trained to Elementary/Medium dressage
  • Jumped to D grade level show jumping
  • Performance displays in horsemanship, trick and clicker training throughout events in South East Queensland
  • Holistic Horsemanship - incorporating health, nutrition, and muscle performance into a training regime
  • Dog Training - Qualified NDTF (National Dog Trainers Federation) Certificate in Dog Training & Behaviour - agility, trick training, beginner - advanced obedience, puppy pre-schools, behaviour modification, basic assistance dog training, complex skill training. 

Outback Equines presents Hayley Chambers-Holt an Australian female horse trainer in these short videos designed to help the horse owner to develop basic skills and techniques to begin their journey into Horse Archery. Hayley is a Qualified Level Two Horse Archery Instructor (NHAA - National Horse Archery Association), Australian Representative of the NHAA Instructors Accreditation Program, professional horse trainer and working mum. She understands the fine balancing act of horses and family and her aim is to teach other women how to Train Smarter Not Harder and enjoy the empowering discipline of Horseback Archery!

This series of 12 videos of approximately 15-20 minutes each that cover the following topics....
Ground Archery techniques and form
Mediteranean release and basic thumb release
Drills and exercises
Speed loading and blind nocking
Equipment choice - bows, arrows, protective gear, quivers, saddlery and tack
Training your horse to be cool, calm and collected on the run
Desensitizing your horse to the bow/arrows
Riding the courses
Rules and regulations
Everything you need to know to start your journey safely into horseback archery

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Course Contents

12 Videos