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Holistic Equestrian

Building a Better Sport Horse

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Let us get your horse started on a path to reaching his/her greatest potential, or build on what he or she already knows to make him/her a better athlete.
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Conditioning and Rehabilitation

Build a stronger, fitter, more athletic and confident horse with specialized conditioning for sport horses.
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Whether you need help with your balance, technique or skill, Tammy can give you a leg up on your competition (yourself!).

Rider Fitness

Our horses are athletes, and so are we. Maximize your ride time with Ridefit training. Look better, Feel better, Ride better!

Schedule your ride now!

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About Holistic Equestrian

Holistic Equestrian provides Dressage training and instruction, as well as sport horse conditioning and rehabilitation. Tammy Prevo, owner of Holistic Equestrian is a certified fitness trainer as well, and is the creator of the Ridefit™ fitness program specifically for riders. With her background in both human and equine fitness and training, she can combine her experience for a holistic approach to creating great horse and rider partnerships.

To meet Tammy and find out how a Holistic Equestrian training program can support your riding and training goals, schedule an appointment.



Thoughts and Things

Being Fair

I often run across horses that I describe as having a strong sense of “fairness”. They are the horses that keep score. If you don’t

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Conquering Contact

According to the dictionary, contact means “the state or condition of physical touching” and “the state or condition of communicating or meeting.” In my mind,

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Lauren Sprieser riding a horse

“Embrace the Suck”

This post was written by one of my favorite Dressage riders, Lauren Sprieser. It’s so important that we riders understand that riding is HARD. It

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Sweaty Horse

Enough or Too Much?

I’m a certified personal trainer. I push myself to work out pretty hard to stay as fit as possible for not just my riding, but

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