Trial session on the equestrian simulator at the CHIO

20 minute trial session

From 14 years, up to max. 100 kilograms, no specific riding level is required

Costs: 39 euros

Location: Room 5, back of the Mercedes-Benz Grand Stand

Take the chance to have your seat checked and analyzed by a professional simulator coach on the equestrian simulator of the CHIO Aachen CAMPUS.

A correctly seated and finely influenced rider represents the basic building block for a successful cooperation with the sport partner horse. This is because a horse can hardly be loose and correctly straightened if the rider, for example by buckling in the hips, puts the wrong strain on the horse's back. Clear dysbalances of the rider can be seen quite well with the naked eye, but slight misalignments often remain hidden and are therefore not treated further.

The training on the equestrian simulator presented by SAP goes into more depth. While you try out the disciplines dressage, jumping or eventing on the simulator, your seat is analyzed in detail. Numerous sensors detect even small deviations and collect this data for a comprehensive evaluation, which you can then take home with you. Our experienced and certified simulator coach will guide you, evaluate the results and show you how to improve your seat in the long term.

Location: Room 5, back of the Mercedes-Benz Grand Stand

Our offer includes a 20-minute training session on the simulator and costs 39 euros. Participation is possible from the age of 14 and up to a maximum weight of 100 kilograms. A certain riding level is not required.

For persons under 14 years of age, we will gladly answer enquiries at campus@chioaachen.de and check whether a training session is possible. To ensure that everything runs smoothly, we ask all participants to be with us five minutes before the booked time slot. Use at your own risk.


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