Kahu Creek Ranch
Actively promoting Working Equitation and Equestrian Vaulting around New Zealand.
We love to see great equine partnerships
Vaulting builds body awareness, balance and coordination for us and Working Equitation provides similar development for horses.
Home of the Waimauku Vaulting Club
Vaulting barrel lessons for fitness, balance and awareness
Rider development through exercises on the lunge
Building balance and quality of movement
In-hand & lunging
Belinda Rodriguez is an experienced coach, specialising in the equestrian disciplines of Vaulting and Working Equitation. She founded and managed the Waimauku Vaulting Club and has been a founding executive member of Working Equitation New Zealand Inc since 2018. Recently she has co-founded and administrated Virtual Working Equitation, a format for educating and developing Working Equitation in New Zealand, running online competitions and webinars.
Educator at Equitana Auckland 2019.
Organiser of Virtual Working Equitation and qualified judge in Working Equitation Ease of Handling for the lower levels.
Equine entertainer at major events including Equidays, Equitana, and horse racing events.
For more information on the Waimauku Vaulting Club. See the Waimauku Vaulting Club website.
For more information on the national organisation Working Equitation New Zealand Inc. See the wenz.nz website.
The first NZ based online Working Equitation competition is now up and running. Visit the website
Articles & News
- Impulsion RevisitedMy horse, Lily, and I have been investigating the concept of impulsion. This word is part of the “Training Scale” and seems to have different meanings to different people. It is possibly one of the most disputed terms alongside “OnContinue reading “Impulsion Revisited”
- Virtual Working Equitation Competition 3Enter the Virtual Working Equitation competition judged under the New Zealand standards by qualified judges. Entries close 19th October 2020 11:59PM NZT.
- Injuries and IrritationsI usually teach a lesson on Saturday morning but this morning instead I am at the computer reflecting on the up and down world with horses. Four out of five of the horses at our property have either a lamenessContinue reading “Injuries and Irritations”