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More than one hour full of information on how to start with Working Equitation.

  • See how Nuno Avelar teaches Working Equitation to an untrained rider on a green horse
  • Learn how to pass all obstacles with ease
  • Feel the fun of Working Equitation

From opening a gate to passing a bridge, untill doing the slalom

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How to pass a bridge

Nuno Avelar will give you useful tips and tricks on how to do the obstacles. Those tips are also useful outside working equitation. Because all obstacles from working equitation come from real requirements on your daily work with horses. For example you will see how to pass the bridge which many horses fear.

Riding forward and backwards with slalom

Learn how to control your horse to all directions. Forward, backwards and sideways. Obstacles such as the cup requires you to ride backwards in a slalom. Nuno Avelar will show you how to do this step by step. Benefit from the experience of Nuno Avelar as a World Champion trainer and rider.

You’ll Love Working Equitation

Watch how Nuno Avelar was performing the Working Equitation trail at one of his competitions and see how much fun Working Equitation is!

You will get these amazing lessons

MODULE 1: Bridge

Many horses are afraid of passing a bridge. Nuno Avelar will show you with a young and completely untrained horse, how to pass the bridge. After a very short time of training with the tips of Nuno Avelar the horse passes the bridge easy and without fear.

MODULE 2: Door

Passing a door is part of nearly every working equitation competition. In this module you will learn the different ways of passing the door and how your horse will get comfortable with it.

MODULE 3: Single Slalom

The single slalom you have to ride in gallop with flying changes. A green horse is not able to do this yet. You will learn how to prepare your horse to do the Slalom as required.

MODULE 4: Two Barrels

The two barrels requires an equal number of steps going around each barrel. You will learn how to start with this obstacle in order to be able to complete it correct and fluent.


You will learn how to do the cup including riding backwards with the slalom. Highlighting what you need to pay attention to when you ride the obstacle.

MODULE 6: Bell

Learn how you ride the bell. You will learn the bell straight forward as well as the more difficult obstacle with an L-shape.

MODULE 7: Side pass

Learn to ride the side pass from the first step to the complete bar without any problems. You will receive tips and tricks on how you will get your green horse to do the sideways bar.

About Nuno Avelar

Nuno Avelar

Nuno Avelar was rider of the National Portuguese Working Equitation Team. With that in 2013 he became European Champion in Italy and in 2014 World Champion in Austria. In the individual Challenge he won in both Championships the bronze medal. Furthermore he won the Portuguese Championship three years in a row up from 2012.

Nuno Avelar is a professional rider and trainer in the Working Equitation and Classical Iberian Dressage. He finished his education for trainer and "Bereiter" at the Portuguese "Coudelaria de Alter“ and he has the international FEI trainer license.

In 2018 as a trainer he became World Champion Working Equitation with the German Team.

Nuno now teaches Dressage and Working Equitation all over Europe.

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