Also this year Anja Beran was back at the day of the Arabian Horse in the HLG Marbach represented with the two five-year-old thoroughbred Arabian stallions WM Malakil and WM Safi.
Impressions of our Sunday Morning Work Session in May.
The aids are used for communication with the horse and are therefore the basis for any training work.
Snow-capped mountains and glorious sunshine: Schwaiganger Principal and State Stud once again provided a magnificent reception for Anja Beran and her guests at the “Training of Young Horses according to Classical Principles” seminar. Stud director, Dr. Eberhard Senckenberg, welcomed the visitors in a short address given in the large – and fully packed – indoor riding school.
Astrid von Velsen-Zerweck, stud director and hostess of the day, welcomed the audience in the fully booked indoor school in Marbach. She used this opportunity to appeal for the ethical responsibility within equestrian sport and reminded the riding world always to respect animal welfare. Anja Beran’s multi-media presentation enabled the audience to train their eyes to distinguish misunderstood dressage from training which is appropriate to the requirements of the horse and to develop an eye for the “right” role models.
At the “mounted” Christmas Oratorio in Schwaiganger, Anja Beran and her team demonstrated an impressive combination of classical music and equestrianism.
At this year’s symposium held on 19 November at Circus Krone in Munich, circus director Jana Lacey-Krone and Anja Beran addressed the subject of individual horse training.
In 10 years Sunday morning work sessions every month more than 200 visitors experience a ‘close-up’ and wide spectrum of daily work of Anja Beran and her team at Gut Rosenhof, followed by an afternoon programme involving an expert speaker on the particular topic in question.
Participants from all over the world arrived in Allgäu for the International Workshop to enjoy the benefits of seeing Anja Beran and her team at work, and to follow their presentations attentively for five days.
A total of 2500 spectators in the large indoor arena of the Principal and State Stud of Marbach witnessed two exquisite performances of horses dancing to classical music.