Jean Luc Cornille Science of Motion

Science of Motion
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About Jean Luc

Jean Luc Cornille M.A.(M.Phil) has gained worldwide recognition by applying practical science to the training of the equine athlete. Influenced by his background as a gymnast, Jean Luc deeply understands how equine training can be enhanced by contemporary scientific research. A unique combination of riding skill, training experience and extensive knowledge of equine physiology enables Jean Luc to “translate” scientific insights into a language comprehensible to both horse and rider. This approach has been the trademark of his training.

Jean Luc is a FEI-level trainer, instructor and international competitor. He has medal-winning expertise in dressage, show jumping, three-day eventing, steeplechase and also work in-hand.

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    Course Logistics

    Venue details: Horsemanship Hub, Willow Fields, Pump Lane North, Marlow SL7 3RA - 5 minutes from Jct. 4 M40 10 minutes from M4.

    Stabling or Turnout Pen available: £25 per day, stabling numbers are limited, the pens are approx. 5 x 10 metre, the grass will be low so please bring hay.

    Pen or Stabling bookings: You can book pen or stabling on Horsemanship Hub Centre.

    Hay and bedding: Please bring your own hay, or if pre ordered the by two weeks prior to the clinic £7 per bale. Bedding is provided in the stables, if you need additional the cost is £8 per bale.

    Camping/Staying onsite in your lorry: There is no hook up available onsite, but if you have you are self-sufficient you are welcome to stay onsite, this needs to be pre-arranged with Larisa by email: larisa@horsemanshiphub.com

    Catering: Tea and coffee will be available onsite, for a small charge. Please make sure you bring your own lunch, snacks and anything else you might need. There is a fantastic pub opposite, The Three Horseshoes, with great takeaway options.

    Spectator: Chairs are provided so you don’t need to bring your own, however if you have one you prefer you are very welcome to bring your own. Please prepare for all weather, windy rain to gorgeous sunshine – it’s England after all! We have some covered areas and some open to the elements.

    Dogs: We LOVE dogs! But are sorry to say that we do not allow dogs at the clinics, however if the weather is safe, you are of course welcome to bring your dog in the car and take for walks away from the clinic and our dogs onsite.

    Please, email us at info@horsemanshiphub.com if you have any question.

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    LOCAL ACCOMMODATION

    There are many hotels, Airbnb and bed and breakfast options in the area. Below are a few suggestions:

    Premier Inn Marlow, The Causeway, Marlow, Buckinghamshire SL7 2AA, www.premierinn.com

    The Hamilton Hilton, High Wycombe, www.hilton.com

    Crowne Plaza Marlow, Fieldhouse Lane, Marlow, Buckinghamshire SL7 1GJ, www.ihg.com

    Glade End Guest House, 2 Little Marlow Road, Marlow, Buckinghamshire SL7 1HD, www.gladeend.co.uk

    Holiday Inn High Wycombe, Handy Cross, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP11 1TL, www.highwycombehotel.com

    TESTIMONIALS

    Thank you Jean Luc Cornille for a truly inspiring weekend! After spending two years riding lame and miserable school horses at university and my new ex-racing TB being so sore from his racing career, I had come to the conclusion that it is damaging and therefore ethically wrong to ride horses. To find your work, whilst researching kissing spines was a dream, but in my head, I thought it was work I would never have the skill to do with my horse. To hear you say that it takes time and that it can be frustrating but that anyone can do it has given me the courage to try. Finding a way of riding which is actually beneficial to the horse has inspired me to dig out my riding hat. 😃😃 The fact that your work is based in sound science helps as I am fascinated with biomechanics and the way horse and rider interact together. Wonderful!

    Julie Dexter

     

    I can recommend this clinic. Jean Luc Cornille is a great teacher and gives you every practical tool you need to train horses thoughtfully for long term soundness and expression.

    Helen Prentice

     

    My head is still buzzing from this clinic. A real eye opener! Definitely need to brush up on my anatomy & physiology! So many takeaways, but the one that really needs to be heard is ‘The neck can not place the back, when the back is working properly, the neck will place itself. And to remember that every horse has a slightly different natural neck position’. Stay sound and healthy folks!

    Emma Jones

     

    Just to say thank you for organising this fantastic clinic. I spectated on the Friday (would have done more but didn’t hear about it until recently). It was fascinating and inspiring and I can’t wait to get started to help my horse.

    Arnold Lykes-Hay

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    TESTIMONIALS

    Thank you Jean Luc Cornille for a truly inspiring weekend! After spending two years riding lame and miserable school horses at university and my new ex-racing TB being so sore from his racing career, I had come to the conclusion that it is damaging and therefore ethically wrong to ride horses. To find your work, whilst researching kissing spines was a dream, but in my head, I thought it was work I would never have the skill to do with my horse. To hear you say that it takes time and that it can be frustrating but that anyone can do it has given me the courage to try. Finding a way of riding which is actually beneficial to the horse has inspired me to dig out my riding hat. 😃😃 The fact that your work is based in sound science helps as I am fascinated with biomechanics and the way horse and rider interact together. Wonderful!

    Julie Dexter

    I can recommend this clinic. Jean Luc Cornille is a great teacher and gives you every practical tool you need to train horses thoughtfully for long term soundness and expression.

    Helen Prentice

    My head is still buzzing from this clinic. A real eye opener! Definitely need to brush up on my anatomy & physiology! So many takeaways, but the one that really needs to be heard is ‘The neck can not place the back, when the back is working properly, the neck will place itself. And to remember that every horse has a slightly different natural neck position’. Stay sound and healthy folks!

    Emma Jones

    Just to say thank you for organising this fantastic clinic. I spectated on the Friday (would have done more but didn’t hear about it until recently). It was fascinating and inspiring and I can’t wait to get started to help my horse.

    Arnold Lykes-Hay

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