Campus Life Experience follows ten young athletes in their newest challenge that will shape their career. After moving into their new house in Umbria, alone with their best friend, their horse, they get involved in a life changing experience. Coached by the two great professionals, Laura Conz and Stefano Brecciaroli they are ready to become the future champions in equestrian sports.
Find out how they get along and learn more about the difficulties of becoming an equestrian professional on Campus Life Experience.
Welcome to the first episode of Campus Life Experience, we are in Umbria ready to meet our students: Lorenzo, Margherita, Michelangelo, Elena, Michela, Caterina, Giacomo, Alessandra, Alessandro and Larissa. They are about to ride into a new challenge and learn everything about their equine friends. Come join us!
In this second episode of Campus Life Experience, Laura gets on the site and checks everything is cleaned properly and in order. She teaches us how to disinfect wraps to protect horses from diseases. Then, we go for a walk with the horses and try different exercises to work on the horse-rider combination.
Laura Conz starts this episode making sure all students have their helmets on to avoid any accidents before teaching them regarding horses health and how to take care of their legs. Then, both horse and rider will be receiving ultrasound massage to help their circulation flow properly before learning more health tips from their teachers.
In this new episode of Campus Life Experience, Stefano Brecciaroli shares his insights with us regarding what he thinks about the opportunity the students are living. He begins with working on different rounds with the students and teaching them new skills to improve their technique. Find out more on HorseTV!
So far in Campus Life Experience we have strengthened our knowledge on the connection and relationship between horse and rider. We get ready to work on this relationship by practicing with our equine friends and learning new facts and tips. However, participants are realizing their experience is almost over and emotions arise.