Posts with the category “mounted-archery”

The Flying Fletches at the Medieval Fair
by The Flying Fletches on May 8th, 2017
The Flying Fletches had a wonderful weekend at the Medieval Fair in Gumeracha, South Australia, on the weekend (6th-7th May). There was a constant stream of visitors to the stall wanting to know about all about horse archery. There was also a lot of interest in 'Bluebell', the vaulting barrel, where people could pose for photographs. What a great weekend, and thank you to all the Flying Fletches m...  Read More
The Flying Fletches Medieval Photo Shoot
by The Flying Fletches on May 4th, 2017
The Flying Fletches (SA) were very excited to participate in an incredible Medieval style photo shoot last weekend with professional photographer Sam Oster (from Silvertrace and Headshot Laboratory). There were lights, flashes and even a smoke machine for the horses to contend with, but aside from a bit of snorting at the smoke the horses were amazing. We have some beautiful photos as you can see ...  Read More
Why developing ancient martial warrior skills is good for your horse
by The Flying Fletches on March 26th, 2017
Today's blog comes from Bianca Stawiarski, TFF member and owner of Empowerment4Riders. Here Bianca discusses the value of horse archery for your horses:

I wanted to have a yarn about Horse Archery and why your horse will thank you for learning it. What do we see time and time again in the horse world? In my opinion, it's a rider's over-reliance on the reins and an unbalanced seat. Why is this? It

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