Horse Sport Ireland Supporting ICCE Global Coaches Day
- 20 September 2021, 11:32
In recognition of the continuous contribution of our coaches and mentors to our sport, Horse Sport Ireland are proud to support the ICCE Global Coaches Day this Saturday, September 25th and we are inviting YOU to help us celebrate our Equestrian Coaching community around the country!
Every day horses are tacked up, exercised, and trained in the pursuit of a rider’s hopes and dreams; and behind those riders are the coaches, instructors and mentors helping to make those dreams a reality.
Our coaches are the first point of call for advice, knowledge sharing and skills development, but they are so much more than that. They inspire us with their passion for equestrianism and desire to help. They set the standards of not only our training, but also our values & motivate us to try harder, aim bigger and believe in our own abilities.
Their commitment to our goals and development helps us to overcome challenges. Instead of seeing obstacles or focusing on problems, our coaches help us to see the opportunities that mistakes have to offer, helping us to find the best path forward
We are inviting you to take the opportunity to say thank you to that influential equestrian coach by posting a photo or video to your social media explaining what your coach has taught you and why you want to say #ThanksCoach!
A coach is more than someone who trains horses or knows a good jumping exercise. A good coach helps us to understand that our horses are our partners and strive to bring out the best in both. They help us find the joy in the journey and not just in results. A good coach helps us to see what we can be together, what is truly possible with commitment, focus & dedication.
All this week we will be sharing daily posts from riders around the country to help inspire your post for Global Coaches Day because this Saturday the 25th of September we want to know what your coach has taught you.
Maybe it was the person who first taught you your up downs in rising trot, or someone who has helped you fall back in love with riding? Either way, we are inviting you to take the opportunity to say thank you to that influential equestrian coach by posting a photo or video to your social media explaining what your coach has taught you and why you want to say #ThanksCoach!
Don’t forget to tag Horse Sport Ireland – let’s get our coaches trending! Keep an eye on Horse Sport Ireland Social all week as we share #ThanksCoach posts from riders around the country.