Art of Riding Classroom

Academic Art of Riding

Years ago, during breakfast, my husband said to me: why don’t you start a blog and tell people about your journey with Nazir? This was the start of this blog, Bee and the Horse, in which I formulated my ideas about horse training for the first time. Since then, a lot has happened and my life has changed in many amazing ways:

  • I came across the Academic Art of Riding and did a lot of internships
  • I started to teach individual lessons and give clinics
  • I became a member of the Knighthood of the Academic Art of Riding
  • I became a licensed Bent Branderup Trainer
  • I joined the Online Horse Academy and started to give webinars and produce online educational materials

And now a project which has been in my heart for a long time is finally ready:


In the classroom, I share my knowledge, tips and tricks with you – everything I found useful on my journey to the art of riding. There are educational film, theory lectures, and full length training videos with my horses. It’s a membership with two options: theory only or theory plus online lessons.

It’s a way for me to take you along and have you look over my shoulder when I train. The classroom is made for its members: you can comment and ask questions, to which I will produce new videos as an answer. I love producing these materials and I’m glad to have found my own way of sharing them with you!

Have a look at this little video to give you an idea of what it’s all about:

So if this sounds interesting to you, hopp over to! At the moment, there is a 27% discount for the first month (theory membership).

I must admit I would have never foreseen this back when I started this blog. So to anyone who has any ideas about horsemanship or training: start writing it down, organise your thoughts, try it out, learn more, and keep growing! Who knows what it’s going to evolve into. It’s the most fulfilling journey of all!


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