The EquiAmi Riding Aid is designed to encourage the horse to accept the bit and to work in a soft, round outline.
The EquiAmi riding aid is invaluable in instances where a horse needs to be re-educated having developed problems from harsh bits, dental pain, rough hands, incorrect training or just needs re-training as in racehorse rehabilitation, or happy hacker to competition work.
The EquiAmi riding training aid can be fitted to a horse tacked up in a snaffle bridle and saddle in just a few minutes. It is designed to be used for 20 minutes twice a week.
The two chestnut horses and riders shown demonstrate the effectiveness of the aid. Neither horse accepted the hand or contact. Both had tried the riding aid for a few minutes a week previously just so the riders knew what to expect. Once the training aids were fitted, both horses quickly softened and accepted the contact. The owner of the four year old ex-racehorse (centre picture) was delighted as she had not experienced her horse working in this way before.
EquiAmi training aids are endorsed and recommended by Tot Wall, accredited British Dressage Trainer from The County Stud and Competition Yard at Bromyard, Herefordshire. Tot will often let riders use the EquiAmi riding aid as part of a lesson to help them to get the feel of riding in a contact.