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Morgan Barbançon mestre

Despite her young age, Morgan Barbancon Mestre has been able to impose herself in a discipline where the average is more around 40 years old, with her own touch of modernity. First Olympic Games at 20 in London in 2012, World Equestrian Games in 2014 and World Cup Final in 2015, Morgan's journey is exemplary. The Spanish rider manages her career with a strong work ethic.

Hi Mona,

I try to keep a clean eating, I do kick boxing as another sport with robbie haggeman, it’s great for stress release, coordination, cardio and awareness. I also try to go to the fitness but I’m not a great fan.

Morgan.

Hi Molly,

In order not to get stressed I see every competition the same, it’s still a 20x60 arena, it’s the same test with the same horse, only thing that changes is the concurrence and the name of the show. I try to prepare my shows as good as I can and have my horse at his best.

Morgan.

Hi James,

It’s a title given to stallions that have produced a few competing Grand Prix horses if I’m not mistaken.

Morgan.

Hi Tessy,

It’s great to be part of the Kingsland family, they are amazing people, the products are of great quality, they are stylish and technical. Being a model is just for kingsland or other brands I work with but in no way it’s an goal to be a model.

Morgan.

Hi Lauren,

No, age doesn’t change your preparation, I trained physically before and mentally. The only possible different preparation might be the mental.

Morgan.

Hi Shannon,

Transitions, transitions, transitions and more transitions! Get the weight of your horse on his hindlegs, make sure he is infront of your leg and through the back. I do a lot of walk trot trot walk transitions, when these are under control I’ll go to trot halt trot, always making sure my horse goes when I put my leg on and comes back on my seat.

Morgan.

Hi Shannon,

I ride my movements 3 times a week, I try to keep the training of my horses very creative in order for them not to get bored. I wake up in the morning, have breakfast then I’ll go to the stables, I’ll start with my young horses and then to the one of higher level. The afternoon I use to do things I need to do, paperwork, fitness, giving lessons, driving around to see horses... then I go home, see some friends or just quiet nights at home. It’s important to also have a life outside, like your horses if you don’t see something else you also get bored.

Morgan.

Hi Sara,

To be consistent in your work, don’t aim to high quickly, basically learn how to walk before you run. Always make sure your basics are strong and go step by step.

Morgan.

Hi Maggie,

Make sure you have him properly onto your outside rein, and off your inside leg. It’s important to keep him straight, don’t let him get all over the place and to sit on your inside seat bone 😊

Morgan.

Hi Maddy,

Be sure you and your horse are prepared, to see mistakes as lessons and to always do your best.

Morgan.