english riding, training, coach, jumping, dressage, horse, saskatchewan, lanigan, saskatoon
Dear Eva,first congratulations to your well done website! I didn`t believe that you would be active in your favourite job as an horseback riding teacher in Canada as soon as it happenend now! You must have been so tough and hard working to achieve that aim so soon! For all people who do not know you in Canada and who are searching for a horseback riding teacher - you coudn`t have a better one than Eva!!! She is able to teach you and your horse so sensitive and she finds the right words to tell you what you should do to be successful riding your horse, so that you know exactly what to do to be able to handle your horse in perfect horsemanship and to achieve aims you wanted to. I miss her very much as one of the best horseback riding teachers I ever had and as a good friend. I´ll never forget that she was the one who was at my side at every competition in my riding club in Germany, she calmed me down and embraced me when I was successful. Thank you very much, Eva. Miss You!SusanneP.S.: I hope my English wasn`t too bad!!!!
A real good riding teacher - that's Eva, whom we all miss here in Germany. She has a great feeling for the horses, she knows what they think and how they feel. Based on this, she always gives the right advises to have more success and unterstanding in bringing the horse forward. Also she sees all the rider's mistakes and gives good sensitive advice at the right momet. I have a quarterhorse and started to ride classical dressage with her. Even if Starlit is not very talented with Eva's help we in the end could fulfill difficult lessons like shoulder-in, travers (even in galopp), traversale, speed-trott. And my horse had fun doing it! She loved Eva, because things were always clear for her during riding lessons. Now I try to continue on a big Hannoveranian horse, what I learned with Eva on my little Quarterhorse Starlit! So Eva, I wish you all the best with your new students in Canada!Gaby Kruper
Dear Eva,I wanted to wish you all the best for your new job, too. You helped me so much when I wasn't able to handle my horse. You gave me motivation and didn't give up staying at my side. Today, I have a new horse and need you as much as before. Again, all the best in Canada!Best wishes, Heidi
Dear Eva,first let me congratulate you on your great homepage and am so happy for you that you finally give riding lessons.Your new riding students can be very lucky to have you, still I miss the riding lessons with you.Eva has brought me so much and when if I sometimes thought, that you never learn, it has taken as much time to show it to me until it goes.She is a great riding instructor and also a great horsewoman and she understands the give even further.Dear Eva, I wish you the very, very much success!Best wishes MelaniePS.Die last English lesson a long time ago!
Dear Eva,Susanne told me about your website last week. Congratulations to this site and especially to your success in Canada. As you know I really do envy you for living in Canada but of course I don't begrudge it to you. I met some of your former equestrian students on shows and they all told me that they miss you a lot and haven't really found a worthy successor.Carry on as so far and I am sure you will quickly establish a well running riding school.Good luck and kind regardsElke
No long speech...I MISS YOU!!!
Thank you so much for coming out to Ellen's clinic this weekend Eva. Nice to meet you and your student.
You have a great website and I am certain you will be making a huge impact on our horse industry in Saskatchewan. Have a great day, Bonnie
Hello Eva, We've been working together for awhile now, and I've learned so much from our time together.
I appreciate your attention to detail and the theory of riding .
Your patience, and sensitivity, both for rider and horse is what makes a great coach.
I'm looking forward to our spring clinic,as I know I'll come away from it a better more confident rider.
Thank for being such a wonderful coach!!!!