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Gaynor Colbourn - carmarthen, carms

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Name Gaynor Colbourn
Gender Female
Location carmarthen carms
Nationality British
Languages British




Gaynor Colbourn The Dressage Keyboard Wizard - a very well respected musician and Grand Prix Dressage Rider herslf who brings her talents to the dressage arena. Her ability to play any style of music comes from years of working with top recording artists of all styles. Her classical background, and work as a session musician ensures her clients have tailor made unique floorplans and dressage music in any style or genre with which they can enjoy and compete at the very highest of levels. 2014 saw 152 riders win their classes, which included Novice to Grand Prix Freestyles. Over the years Gaynor has produced Music for Dressage, she has had 3125 winners around the world. Not to mention 2nds, 3rds, etc. Gaynor has said that in 2014, the shere variety of music she was asked to do was astounding, with music from all genres, old, new, classical, rock, folk, metal, musicals. reggae------- the list just goes on and on. Gaynor always makes her music foot tapping, fun, individual and most of all, tailor made in every way to the horse and the test. Judges can see music in harmony with the test, and the audiences love the drama and emotion put into the tests. Gaynor always approaches the music for her clients in a way which gets the most exciting experience for everyone, she is always pleased when clients say that the Freestyle made people cry.

Professional Trainer

Years of experience 34
Training prices and locations On Request
Ethos and about me Gaynor runs clinics on a freelance basis and is avilable to hire by your Riding Club or Equestrian Centre or individual organiser. The sessions will cater for 4 to 6 pupils at a time, dependant on the size of the schooling area. There is no restriction on the standard attained by the pupils, as each rider is treated as an individual throughout the clinic. A lot of riders are unaware that they lose rythm through transitions so Gaynor focuses on helping riders improve the natural rythmn that


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