Imagine going to a competition calm, confident and in control. You’re happy and excited to do your best regardless of what comes your way. Competing is full of uncertainty! What will the judges say? What will my horse do in the warm-up? What will others think? What if I forget my test? What if I come last?
Imagine if there was a way where none of that mattered. If competing was this safe, fun and exciting arena for you to test where you are in your journey and nothing else mattered. A place that regardless of what happened, it’s a fun, learning experience.
The more teaching, coaching and observing at competitions Natasha did, the more she realised that she was not alone in her feelings, results and experiences of competitions. Riders everywhere were experiencing the same competition frustrations, competition nerves and were also unsure of the competition rules and etiquettes.
After refining her learnings on her own competitions and then achieving the competition success she was after, Natasha went on to teach her own students what she’d learnt. The great thing was, her students were able to replicate the results at their competitions, and also achieved the competition success that had eluded them.
Taking it another step further, Natasha wanted to see if riders around the world could get their desired results and again the pathway and formula was able to be replicated for them.
These are exciting times! To be able to help riders anywhere achieve the competition success that they wanted. Whether it was overcoming competition nerves, improving their test scores, enjoying the competition experience or whatever they defined it as. And so from this the Competition Mastery Program was born. A proven pathway to competition success.
Taking young horses to a competition is always a fun and completely uncertain thing to do. When you take a horse to a competition for the first time, they may be the same, worse or better than they are at home. They may freak out at the warm up, other horses, the competition ring or anything else that the horse decides is unsettling.
I have taken over 15 young horses to competitions for the first time and I know what it takes to make sure it goes well. This program gives you the tools to ensure you are the leader and you can guide your young horse through every scary object and environment, so the horse begins to trust and listen to you and only you. If you have a young horse, this program is perfect to set the horse up for ultimate success in all its future competitions, so it has a long and successful competition career.
Going to your first competition is scary and unfamiliar and it always goes better if you have a mentor or someone to guide you and show you the ropes. Let me be that guide as I explain everything you need to know and everything you need to do and when, to ensure you are always at the right place at the right time with you and your horse prepared as perfectly as can be for you to do your best.
Competing is only scary if you don’t know what to expect. I teach you all the things to think about and how to react when things go wrong, so you can enjoy the competition experience and use it as a tool to grow and progress in your dressage journey.
Neither was I! You don’t need to be professional to act professional. Let me share the secrets the professionals use to get their great results so you too can present yourself to perfection and have your best chance to do your best at competition.
It doesn’t help if I tell you that you do have what it takes. You need to know you have what it takes. You may be doubting yourself, or your ability to learn and master this subject. But what you are really doubting is if you could really have your dream. Could you really trot down that centre line? Confident, calm, happy. Could you really do amazing warm up, and amazing test and claim your blue ribbon? Could you really progress through the levels and find yourself competing at FEI or Grand Prix level? You know you can, And it all starts with this first step …
When Natasha realised that she had come across a replicable solution to these problems, suddenly competitions seemed fun and enjoyable events. Her results skyrocketed and she was now winning or placing at most competitions. This all seemed because of the system that she had created for herself. A systematic pathway that had tools and techniques to apply at competitions to overcome any of the challenges that the competition would throw in her direction.
do you ensure you make progress every week/month/year to get to where you need to go?
do you ensure you make progress every week/month/year to get to where you need to go?
You’ll also learn and create a step by step plan to ensure everything gets done and nothing gets missed. This includes:
- what you need to know
- what to wear
- how to plait your horse
- competition rules
- how to clip and present your horse as well
- how to schedule the day and time manage so you are ready and prepared for every step of your competition day to get the most success
- how to stay in the zone and stay focused on you
- how to handle young horses, crazy horses and horse shy horses
- how to block out everyone else and optimise your warm-up to score your best
In the classroom
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Now you are probably wondering how much something like this would cost? There’s really nothing else like it in the market either live courses or online. But if you added up the cost of entering 2000 plus dressage tests, the lesson training Natasha has received from world class coaches, her NLP and Master NLP coaching as well as ongoing training courses and books, then this would have to be easily in excess of $250,000.
And it’s not just the money. It’s also the time. How many years would it take to complete over 2,000 dressage tests? How many years would it take to do the training? And how long would it take to develop your own system after trial and error?
Following the proven competition success pathway is a way for you to fast-track your progress. A way to get the competition success you want without the the hefty price of doing it on your own and years of disappointment.
You can invest in Competition Mastery is just $49 per month for 6 months!
Join Today and Receive These Bonuses
I wanted to make sure you had everything you need so I have included the following invaluable bonuses when you join us today. You’ll receive these 3 super amazing bonuses that will assist you on your journey to competition mastery valued at over $1,500 when you join today.
BONUS 1: Quarterly Q and A with Natasha LIVE (Valued at $997)
Strategically placed throughout the year you’ll receive 4 Facebook Live sessions with Natasha, so you can ask questions based on the module you have just completed. This is your chance to ask Natasha any questions you need to give you the answers you need for your competition success and what you need to work on. These dedicated Live calls are quite rare with Natasha so this really a super bonus!
BONUS 2: Instant Access to the Competition Mastery Facebook Group (Priceless)
Find yourself in a place with like-minded people ready to champion, support and help you achieve your competition goals. In this private Facebook group, you will find yourself only surrounded by fellow Competition Mastery members. You’ll be amazed how much support and assistance this group will give you to achieve the competition results that you want. You’ll also have support from Natasha or one of the members of her team as they will be in their daily to assist or answer your questions.
BONUS 3: Competition Mastery Ebook (Get Instant Access When You Join, Valued at $19)
The ‘Competition Riding Success’ book is a great pre-learning tool to read before we start the course. It’s filled with everything you need to know for Competition Success!
What Happens Next?
The drive to the competition and pre-competition preparation goes smoothly and you notice that unlike previous times, you now have a calmness about you. And perhaps your calmness and the energy you give off is translating to your horse, because instead of your horse fidgeting next to the float or in the yard and pawing at the ground, your horse seems more relaxed and content.
You approach the warm-up focussed with an exact plan of the 3 stages of your warm-up. There are other riders on the arena with you, and once upon a time you would have been focussing more on them than your own horse. You would have been apologetic and trying to get out of others way. Now days however, they don’t even pull your attention from your horse, this is your time to get your horse perfect for the test. You remember Tash’s words clearly, ‘the success of your test is dependent on the success of your warm-up’.
The horn or bell sounds and bang, you enter the zone. The place you’d previously heard about and wondered what it all meant and now it is all so clear. Nothing else matters now except you and horse. There are no outside distractions. Your test flows to you easily and it seems you have all the time you need to in your test. You and your horse are at one and you are enjoying the whole experience.
You come down the centreline and do a perfect square halt at the marker and feel a big smile form on your face as you finish your test. You praise your horse as you exit the arena and think to yourself how much fun the entire competing experience is, a far cry from your previous experiences competing.
Where would you be if you hadn’t made the decision to do something about your competition journey those many months earlier? You shake your head because you know that path was so many emotions and feelings rolled into one. Nerves, uncertainty, frustrations, fear, disappointment, anger. The list goes on!
You make your way back to the float content, knowing that you completed the best test you could do at this time in your training. You look forward to seeing your test and reading the judges comments so you can plan your next training and get ready for your next competition.
So the choice is now yours, how would you like to experience your competitions in future?
Why would I choose your program over other programs out there?
Can I pause my account at any time to catch up?
How much is Competition Mastery?
Competition Mastery is a 12 part program for $49 per month for 6 months.
How do I sign up to the Competition Mastery program?
What do I get each month?
Can I get the program in hard copy? My computer is old and slow, and I would prefer to watch the videos on the TV.
How long do I have access to the parts that I have paid for?
I’m not very computer savvy - how do I login and access my online content?
English is not my first language – I am located overseas, but I do speak English well – will this program help me with my competition riding?
Is the program available in other languages?
How will I stay motivated and supported throughout my competition journey since this is an online program?
The Facebook group gives you access to other members of the program, it’s a community of like minded riders that can relate to the journey you are going through, so that you can swap stories, support and champion each other throughout the program. Natasha also posts regularly in the group 🙂
Can I start the program somewhere in the middle and go from there, or pick and choose which parts of the program I would like to have?
I love Natasha’s YouTube videos and learnings, but I think my money would be better spent on private lessons rather than an online program – would Competition Mastery be of any benefit to me?
With a private lesson from a coach on your horse, the lesson is gone once you have finished – whereas Competition Mastery gives you subscription access to the learnings, which you can go over and over again at your leisure.
Are my details secure?
Competition Mastery uses a secure payment gateway – PayPal – to process your transactions each month, so you can be confident that your details are kept private and will not be shared or compromised in any way.
I thought I had access to part of the website, but an error comes up and it won’t let me get to that page – what do I do?
What if I forget my login details?
When I signed up you asked for my postal address? Do I receive anything in the post?
Your postal address is required for our invoice system, even though nothing will actually be physically sent in the post, they like to have it at the top of your invoice and on file so that we can identify who you are if two people have the same name in our system!