The Fundamentals of Jumping for Competition

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Whether you ride hunters, jumpers, equitation or eventing, Ian Millar’s philosophy and hands on training approach is for all levels of riders who want to compete - and win - over fences.

Our comprehensive and interactive workbook takes the course from watching to doing for a practical approach that gets real results in the saddle.

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10 Time Olympic Show Jumper

Not only is Ian Millar a prolific competitor, he’s a masterful teacher. From training his daughter Amy to Olympic level, to inspiring top riders like Kent Farrington and Eric Lamaze, he’s helped elevate the sport of show jumping as a rider and a coach. Ian’s unparalleled experience, thoughtful approach, and detail-oriented methods are now available to you, so that you can learn from and ride with the best in the sport.

Masterclass

We believe all riders should have access to the best education, training, and mentorship. Learning and growing shouldn’t be reserved for a select few – with so many talented, hard working, passionate riders out there, we want to bring top-level training to everyone. We’ve teamed up with some of the best riders, coaches, and trainers to bring you educational videos in horse sport like you’ve never seen before. It’s a combination of top tier clinics, one-on-one training, intimate conversations, and direct access to the ultimate level in equestrian education.

The access you’ve been waiting for, granted.

Over 2.5 hours of in-depth video instruction, starting from the foundational level and building to excelling in a competition setting. Broken down into 10 easy to follow lessons, this is the closest you can get to one-on-one training with Ian.

A comprehensive, interactive course workbook guides you through the program, making it easy to identify key teachings and giving you the exercises you’ll need to take the skills you learn and turn them into success in the saddle.

Connect with other members, share stories and experiences, and discuss each lesson in a positive, small group setting.

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