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Judy Peel [message #12695] Wed, 21 December 2005 21:35 Go to next message
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Who is Judy Peel????

I have been sent some info re dressage clinics.... not cheap I have never heard of her.... but maybe I don't move in the right circles Embarassed
Re: Judy Peel [message #12711 is a reply to message #12695 ] Wed, 21 December 2005 22:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hi, Judy Peel is a Tasmanian rider who rides Sunbury Lodge Playwright at Prix St George. She is also an A level Judge. If you look at this link there are photos of them competing at DWS 2004. The only ones I could find. Hope this helps. Very Happy Very Happy
http://www.eques.com.au/dressage/april2004/dressagefestival/ page6.htm


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Re: Judy Peel [message #12733 is a reply to message #12711 ] Wed, 21 December 2005 22:24 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Re: Judy Peel [message #12738 is a reply to message #12695 ] Wed, 21 December 2005 22:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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...... nice pics...... nice horse.........thanks.......... does she give good lessons????
Re: Judy Peel [message #12749 is a reply to message #12738 ] Wed, 21 December 2005 22:39 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Sorry I am not aware of how her lessons are. Sad However as a judge I would assume that she has a lot of good knowledge that can be obtained from here. As an instructor, I would want to see someone who worked on my position (all parts of my body). What I needed to change/do to effect what my horse was doing! I believe just telling someone what to do ie. collect horse more/more forward! and not telling them what they need to do with their body ie.(sit softly,lift diaphram, unlock right shoulder etc) when executing these movements is a futile way of learning. The way we use our body effects every movement we preform on our horses. Hope you enjoy your lesson and let us know how it goes. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy


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Re: Judy Peel [message #12753 is a reply to message #12695 ] Wed, 21 December 2005 22:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I used to have lessons in the UK with a dressage judge and she was brilliant at telling me how to ride a test, position etc.... - I went from being bottom half at HT's to leading after the dressage!!!

At ARC I have had lessons with instructors that totally concentrate on position etc which have not really helped at all.... sometimes the way you ride is influenced by the horse you are on.... and they don't take that into account... a horse may look easy from the ground but is difficult when you are on it!!!

I had a lesson with a guy at the weekend who totally concentrated on the horse... and he was great ....

Some of the best riders are crap teachers.... and some of the crapest riders are the best teachers!!!

Will probably have a go at a joint lesson.... look at it as an outing on a new horse!!!!
Re: Judy Peel [message #12757 is a reply to message #12753 ] Wed, 21 December 2005 23:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Must agree with your comment in regard to Riders/instructors, isn't it funny how some can do one well but not the other. Laughing This I surpose is what gives us variety in life. Must also agree that the way horse is going can effect the rider, I think it them becomes a matter of exercises for the horse and not the rider to fix the problem. Very Happy. Anyway let us know how you go, am always interested to find out what others have to say. Very Happy


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Re: Judy Peel [message #12824 is a reply to message #12757 ] Thu, 22 December 2005 07:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Judy is based in Victoria now, and they moved here probably 18 months ago. Not sure where exactly where they live (I think it's in the west of the state????), but they are setting up a super property, complete with yards and an indoor. She is a very popular instructor with a good cross section of clients, and a lovely, lovely lady to boot. I'm almost positive Judy is an NCAS level 3 dressage coach, which is why you'll be paying a bit more money, but you are getting someone very, very good. Smile
Re: Judy Peel [message #12836 is a reply to message #12695 ] Thu, 22 December 2005 08:41 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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How much and where abouts is the clinic FlipFlop?
Re: Judy Peel [message #12843 is a reply to message #12695 ] Thu, 22 December 2005 08:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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The clinic is on the 7th/8th Jan and run by Inverleigh ARC at Teesdale - I don't have the full info with me can e-mail details tonite....
Re: Judy Peel [message #12851 is a reply to message #12824 ] Thu, 22 December 2005 09:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Mac wrote on Thu, 22 December 2005 07:02

Judy is based in Victoria now, and they moved here probably 18 months ago. Not sure where exactly where they live (I think it's in the west of the state????), but they are setting up a super property, complete with yards and an indoor. She is a very popular instructor with a good cross section of clients, and a lovely, lovely lady to boot. I'm almost positive Judy is an NCAS level 3 dressage coach, which is why you'll be paying a bit more money, but you are getting someone very, very good. Smile


I think you will find she is in Carlsrue, which is just near Woodend, with the indoor etc.
Re: Judy Peel [message #12908 is a reply to message #12695 ] Thu, 22 December 2005 12:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I also got that email FF and wondered who Judy Peel was, I am also thinking of doing the clinic. Might see you there. Very Happy
Thought it might be a great way to start the Golden Spurs Series with a lesson. Very Happy
Re: Judy Peel [message #12918 is a reply to message #12908 ] Thu, 22 December 2005 13:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I've had lessons with Judy, she has a lovely indoor arena (with one open side that offers lovely views) on the Lancefield - Woodend road, about 10km from Lancefield.

Her lessons really focus on rider postion, breathing & posture. I must admit that at the start of my first lesson when she made me ride on a long rein & 'grunt' during transtions, I thought "this is going to be intersting....& possibly a waste of time". By the end of my lesson my TB was lovely & relaxed, swinging through the back, in a nice round frame & forward into a soft contact all with out me using my hands or shortening my reins. I've had a number of lessons since then & have even started pilates to help with my posture & balance. It takes a few lessons before you get to do any shoulder in, travers or lateral work because Judy is big on the correct basics & rider postion. At present she is running a series of mounted & unmounted 'pilates for horse riders' clinics at her place in conjunction with the local pilates instructor.

If you have read & enjoyed the book "Riding from the Inside Out" you will enjoy Judy's lessons.

Re: Judy Peel [message #12972 is a reply to message #12918 ] Thu, 22 December 2005 19:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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can someone email the clinic dates. I would love to go

janeS@ozemail.com.au

PLs PLs PLs Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
Re: Judy Peel [message #12980 is a reply to message #12695 ] Thu, 22 December 2005 20:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hope this works.....

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Re: Judy Peel [message #12982 is a reply to message #12695 ] Thu, 22 December 2005 20:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Bum!!!

SATURDAY 7TH & SUNDAY 8TH JANUARY 2006

INVERLEIGH RIDING CLUB INC.
Offers Interested Riders a DRESSAGE CLINIC with JUDY PEEL (NCAS Lvl 3)
(Judy is a successful FEI rider and has recently been named EFA NCAS Level 3 Coach of the Year)

PRIVATE LESSON (45 minutes)
Non IRC Member - $75
IRC Member - $40

SEMI PRIVATE Max 2 riders 50-60 mins)
Non IRC Member - $40
IRC Member - $25
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Overnight camping available - $5.00 per person
Canteen open for hot/cold drinks
SATURDAY NIGHT - BBQ available BYO food, utensils etc provided.
BOOKINGS BY 1ST JANUARY 2006
Enquiries: Sharon Ph: 53 424 527 or 0417 490963
Re: Judy Peel [message #12984 is a reply to message #12695 ] Thu, 22 December 2005 20:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Private Eye have emailed you the details. Very Happy
Re: Judy Peel [message #13014 is a reply to message #12984 ] Thu, 22 December 2005 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Is this clinic for any level. I ama level 4 rider and would love to attend but obviously don;t want to go to a clinic that is out of my league Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
Re: Judy Peel [message #13031 is a reply to message #12695 ] Thu, 22 December 2005 23:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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FF, thanks for posting the info. It doesn't say though, where the clinic is being held? I assume it is being held at Inverleigh club grounds? Or are they at Judy's place? I'm intereted if I don't have to travel more than 2 hours! So could you let me know please?

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Re: Judy Peel [message #13079 is a reply to message #13031 ] Fri, 23 December 2005 07:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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if its at Carlshrue im interested, its 5 minutes from where I live Smile


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Re: Judy Peel [message #13086 is a reply to message #12843 ] Fri, 23 December 2005 07:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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The clinic is at the IRC Grounds at Teesdale.
Re: Judy Peel [message #13189 is a reply to message #12695 ] Fri, 23 December 2005 16:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Private Eye, I would assume that it is open to any level as I too am level 4 and I'm thinking of going, I'm sure they would state on the flier if there were level restrictions and I can't see anything about levels on it. Very Happy
Re: Judy Peel [message #13304 is a reply to message #12695 ] Sat, 24 December 2005 14:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Chookie, MandyE you guys need to come. I am going to take my boy! Smile

I dont think there are any level restrictions, my instructor has had lessons with her in the past and will be going for lessons there that weekend. Def worth it she said to me.
Re: Judy Peel [message #13644 is a reply to message #13304 ] Tue, 27 December 2005 21:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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hey subby, dont think I will be bringing my boy but I would love to come and watch you, will put it in the diary


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Re: Judy Peel [message #13664 is a reply to message #12695 ] Tue, 27 December 2005 22:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Gee thanks chookie, you will have no trouble finding us...we will be the smallest there im sure! If you are keen I can let you know my times once I know
Re: Judy Peel [message #14067 is a reply to message #12695 ] Fri, 30 December 2005 13:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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So who has made a booking for this clinic?

I have! Its my first dressage clinic ever and I am getting nervous about it already! Shocked
It would be great to meet some other forumites there Smile
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I don't think I will be going... doesn't really sound my cup of tea Cool Rolling Eyes

But may come along for a sticky as it is not far....... Smile
Re: Judy Peel [message #14096 is a reply to message #12695 ] Fri, 30 December 2005 15:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I am still tossing up whether to go or not.
Re: Judy Peel [message #14118 is a reply to message #12695 ] Fri, 30 December 2005 18:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I've had 2 lessons with Judy and personally I think she is God's gift to instructing! She has a wonderfully soft way riding to get the most expression and relaxation from you and your horse. And like Mac said she is really lovely too, great sense of humour! I highly recommend her. She teaches feel, and makes it very imporatant that you understand that feel.

I learnt more from her in those 2 lessons than I have with many from OTHER popular instructors Razz
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Are you coming to this one flighty?
Re: Judy Peel [message #14259 is a reply to message #12695 ] Sat, 31 December 2005 12:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I hadnt heard of the clinic Confused

I live about 20 mins from her so I'll be going to her place for lessons. Where is Inverleigh? What about u Subby06 you gonna go?
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Inverleigh RC is holding the clinic at the Bannockburn Equestrian Centre that is about 20-30 mins out of Geelong.
Yep all booked in flighty. Confused
Whats is she like with the lower level/less experienced horses flighty?
Would be great if you could come Smile
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I'm all booked in for the clinic... hope it's not going to be too hot, I hate hot weather.
Hope to catch up with you there subby. Very Happy
Who else is going??

Better ride the horse between now and then, he hasn't been ridden for a few weeks Embarassed could be an interesting weekend Very Happy
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With the less experienced horse, which mine is Very Happy We worked on straightness, getting the horse longer in the back and neck and onto a soft contact (coz my horse comes up and short very easily) Inside leg to outside rein, my posture (to help her self carriage) transitions (keeping the softness and smoothness) and gradually flexion and bend. The main aim was to create a horse who was on the aids, forward, soft and supple. Also the softness of myself, my hands and seat to encourage her back up.
There was no grabbing the reins and shortening them, while kicking and pushing, to force the horse into a contact. Judy encourages you to ask the horse to go forward TO the contact. Rythem is important and eventually all of the above brings cadence.
Very nice feeling Very Happy
Hope some of this makes sense!


I'd love to go but I'm working over that weekend Sad
Hope you enjoy the clinic everyone! It should be well worth it!
Re: Judy Peel [message #14326 is a reply to message #12695 ] Sat, 31 December 2005 16:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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If someone still has the entry form for the clinic could you please email it to me as hubby has deleted it Evil or Very Mad ... I have booked in over the phone but need the form with my payment. Very Happy

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I will email you now Shel Smile
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Thanks subby & flip flop for the emails, much appreciated. Very Happy
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no worries Shel Smile Smile Smile

Are you taking the Grey Horse (sorry can't remember his name Embarassed ?
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damn i would have been keep on this except i missed the booking date Embarassed
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Give them a ring... they may still have places/cancellations.....
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