Once a year, Bent Branderup visits de Paardenmaat in Arnhem for a weekendclinic. Do you want to develop in the academic art of riding? Join as a theory participant!
Bent geeft viermaal een theorieblok, waarin hij vertelt in deze thema clinic over de oude meesters uit de geschiedenis van de rijkunst en deelt hun belangrijkste lessen. Tijdens de theorie is er de mogelijkheid om vragen te stellen. Verder geeft Bent acht combinaties driemaal een privéles van een half uur. Vaak zijn dat heel verschillende combinaties op andere niveaus en met andere uitdagingen. Tussen de lessen door is er de mogelijkheid om Bent vragen te stellen over de les.
9th and 10th of September 2023
Rijkerswoerdsestraat 21 Arnhem The Netherlands
Saturday: 09:00 - 19:30
Sunday: 09:00 - 14:30
€135 per person, including coffee/tea/snacks/lunch.
When you are with a group of six or more you can apply for the group discount and each pays 85 euros for the entire weekend.
Bent Branderup is the Grandmaster of the Academic Art of Riding. At his stable in Denmark he educates his horses up to the highest levels. In the weekends he travels Europe to teach weekend clinics. Bent Branderup has always been interested in equestrian ethnology. His travels through Europa when he was younger brought him in contact with different horse cultures and led him toward the grandmasters alive at that time, of which Don Javier Garcia Romero, Nuno Oliveira and Egon von Neindorff.
Bent combines his theoretical knowledge of the old masters, modern science and his practical knowlegde as a rider, trainer and teacher in the Academic Art of Riding. It is his mission to rediscover knowledge that was lost in time from the perspective of the modern age. To develop the art. In his eyes, art can only be art if it is 'lived'.
Bent guides combinations with respect for the possibilities and limitations of human and horse and is able to guide every combination a step further in their education. His eye for biomechanics is unparalleled.
9th & 10th September 2023
De Paardenmaat, Arnhem
State your name, adress and number of participants in the email.