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THE BEST INVESTMENT ANY RIDER CAN MAKE IS TO INVEST IN MIRRORS FOR TRAINING
Whatever level you are currently training in, your riding can be enhanced once you install Arena Mirrors , using mirrors dressage riders can monitor and evaluate the growth and progress of their horses and in so doing they can easily adjust training methods when and where needed. Riders using mirrors will find that the visual feedback on their own position keeps bad habits at bay and improves their riding. An arena mirror can’t take the place of an instructor, but it will help riders to stick to subtle changes made during lessons and make more progress between sessions.
All of our mirrors are safety backed to British Standard (this safety backing ensures that no large shards of glass come away should the mirror have an impact. Our arena mirrors are secured within a hot dipped galvanised framed unit preventing water ingress and have an impact layer (absorbing any shock, this prevents breakages, flex and distortion). Mirrors can be hung either vertically (portrait) or horizontally (landscape) in both indoor and outdoor arenas. All of our mirrors come complete with installation brackets and they're extremely durable and weather retardant - also we offer a re-mirroring service making this a is a long life product
Mirrors for Training Ltd are The UK number 1 supplier in arena mirrors, supplying the UK and beyond for over 12 successful years, with 1000's of professional riders approval worldwide:
Mary King, Pippa Funnel, Mark Todd, Richard Waygood, Richard Davison, Keith Robinson, Joseph Murphy, Sam Watson, Sarah Ennis, Michael Ryan, Nikki Crisp, Jonelle Price, Andrew Nicholson, Gareth Hughes just to name but a few.
Most importantly all our mirrors are safe and fit for purpose. Beware of any mirrors that are not our exceptional quality, as many companies use cheap foreign mirrors that are very poor quality reflection and not really fit for use at a distance required in dressage.
For peace of mind, choose Mirrors for Training.