Horseyes Clinic, Jumping & Horsemanship with Luca Moneta

Within its prestigious facility, the Dubai Polo & Equestrian Club will host a premiere clinic of its kind in the Middle East: Horseyes Clinic jumping and horsemanship with Luca Moneta. The clinic will be held from January 30 to February 1, 2017.


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Longines, a world leader in watchmaking has carried a strong passion for the equestrian world for generations, being the official watch and official time keeper of the Dubai Polo & Equestrian Club, the Swiss brand is the pillar partner of the event.

Jin Stirrup and Animo, leading Italian companies in their fields are the associated sponsors, and Class Horse TV the media partner. The event is organized by Horseyes, the first Italian agency, founded and managed by Alice Alessi, promoter of events and activities which are entirely dedicated to the equestrian world.

Up to 25 riders from the UAE equestrian community will take part at the clinic. Three days of showcasing horsemanship techniques meet with the equestrian sport at its highest levels, focusing on deep knowledge of the horse and respect of its nature.

The riding method is based on pure horsemanship, with the core objective of creating a sense of true and equal partnership with the horse and its rider, through communication techniques focused on respecting the animal’s nature.
Based on this principle, Luca Moneta developed his riding method, in which the horses progress with absolute serenity which thus contributes to their physical and especially mental growth.
Trained at the “Natural Horsemanship” by Pat and Linda Parelli and technical schools of Michel Robert and George Morris, Luca Moneta has managed to become the interpreter of ethology applied to riding with wisdom and sensitivity. Meeting the horse’s needs and understanding its deepest being, creates a magical bond and synergy between the rider and his horse. It’s a proven technique that demonstrate that with love and respect for horses alongside the willingness to learn how to listen, goals beyond winning medals could be achieved.
Currently taking part in the most prestigious CSIO and CSI representing Italy in Grands Prix and Nations Cups. With the French saddle Neptune Brecourt, Moneta got the 10th place in the Individual European Championships in Herning 2013. In 2016 he achieved some prestigious results, such as winning the six Bars challenge of the CSIO of Rome and the CSI5* Leipzig riding Neptune Brecourt.

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