ARE YOU SICK AND TIRED OF:
- The fear of being out of control on your horse or hurt in a fall.
- Teachers who can't break things down in a clear-cut, easy to understand way.
- Wasting hundreds (or thousands!) of dollars each year on training, but you never seem to get much better.
- Worrying that you're ruining your horse.
Let Jane Savoie teach you her secrets on how to conquer your mental monsters like overcoming rider fear, anxiety, insecurity, anger, impatience, frustration, or self-doubt.
Jane’s DVD’s and books will
also take the mystery and confusion out of training
by guiding you through her simple, step-by-step process.
Jane’s proven system makes riding your horse easy and fun. Her techniques work for everyone from
novices to Olympic athletes and for all types of horses
from reiners to hunters to jumpers to endurance horses
to pleasure horses.
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Who else but Jane Savoie wears so many hats in the
horse industry? Her visibility as a dressage competitor,
makes her truly unique.
Savoie is one of the most recognized names in dressage,
and for a good reason. Her accomplishments and the
breadth of her influence are impressive. She has been
a member of the United States Equestrian Team and
has competed for the US in Canada, Holland, Belgium,
France and Germany. She was the reserve rider for
the Bronze medal winning Olympic dressage team in
Barcelona, Spain. She has been long-listed by the
USET with several horses and has won nine Horse of
the Year awards and three National Freestyle Championships.
Ms. Savoie is as well known as a coach, writer and
speaker as she is for her competitive accomplishments.
She was the 1996 and 2004 Olympic dressage coach for
the Canadian 3-Day Event Team in Atlanta and Athens.
She also coached several top dressage and 3- Day Event
riders in their preparations for the 2000 Olympics
and while in Sydney she helped rider Susan Blinks
secure a bronze medal for the US dressage team.
by Rhett Savoie
Ms. Savoie has written five books that have
been published both in the US and abroad. Her best-selling
sports psychology book That Winning Feeling!
is in its ninth printing and has been translated into
Her dressage training books, Cross-Train
Your Horse and More Cross-Training,
are rapidly becoming popular reference books for riders
and trainers in all disciplines. Her fourth book,
It's Not Just About The Ribbons,
is a sequel to That Winning Feeling! This
book is an essential addition to your library if you
need help with negative emotions like overcoming rider
fear, impatience, or lack of self-confidence
Jane's newest book, A Winning Attitude,
has hit the shelves! To find out more, click
Jane has also produced several dressage training
Half-Halt Demystified - Parts 1 & 2
In Your Mind's Eye - Parts 1 & 2
With Jane - Parts 1 & 2
Her new motivational audio CD program called The
Riders' Inside Edge will help you bust through limiting
beliefs, set goals, stay motivated, overcome rider
fear, and anchor positive emotions. Click
here to learn more.
She is a frequent contributor to many of the leading
horse magazines including Equus and Dressage
Today and travels extensively to do motivational
Ms. Savoie has also collaborated on several books
apart from her own titles including:
- Understanding Nervousness
in Horse and Rider, by Moyra Williams, UK
- Riding For the Rest of Us,
by Jessica Jahiel
- Living with Horse Power,
by Rebekah Witter
- Winning With Horsepower,
- Along The Way, from Golden
- Insights From Experts,
by Kathy Connolly
- Competitive Training for the
Small Dog, by Barbara Cecil and Gerianne Darnell
- Of Women and Horses,
by GaWaNi Pony Boy
Ms. Savoie is a highly motivational and visible speaker
for people who want help demolishing mental monsters
such as overcoming rider fear and anxiety. She often
gathers audiences of up to 7,000 people and has been
featured in over 40 states as well as Mexico, Canada
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Send an E-MAIL
for information on how to bring Jane to
your area for a seminar or speaking engagement.
Jane and her husband Rhett are
shown here at their home in Randolph Center, Vermont.
According to Jane, it's been Rhett's support and
encouragement over the years that has allowed her
to pursue both her riding and her writing goals.
Although not a rider himself, Rhett is a familiar
sight at dressage competitions. Jane says, "Over the
years Rhett has developed quite an eye for the subtleties
of dressage training. When I finish a test, I'm rarely
able to tell if it was any good or not. So, I always
look to Rhett as I leave the arena. I can count on
his reaction to my ride to be accurate."