Exclusive Avansce Synchronicity Event
Don't Miss This Exclusive Event
On Thursday 23rd August the Selby store will be hosting an Avansce Synchronicity System event. This is your chance to get in the hot seat and try out the revolutionary Avansce System on Murphy the mechanical horse.
There will also be bitting consultations held throughout the day with a Neue Schule expert; this is a great opportunity to discuss any problems or issues you may be having.
In the evening there will be a public bitting talk which will cover topics such as mouth anatomy, common issues, good bits for common issues, mouth management and starting horses.
If you'd like to try the Avansce Synchronicity System or have a bitting consultation then you'll need to book separately for each of these. Both are free!
What you'll get:
The Avansce Synchronicity System:
- 10 minute slot focused just on you
- A ride on Murphy the mechanical horse
- A report of your Avansce results and what they mean
- 10 minute one-to-one bitting consultation
- Advice given on the size and fit of his current bit. Customers are asked to bring with them photos of their horse wearing his bit to aid the consultation. Photos can be printed or on your phone.
How the day will run:
10:30 - 12:30pm Avansce / Bitting consultation (booking required)
1:00 - 4:30pm Avansce / Bitting consultation (booking required)
5:00 - 6:30pm Public bitting talk (no need to book)
6:30 - 7:00pm Q&A
Don't miss out, book your slot today! Call us on 01757 638555
About the Avansce Synchronicity System
Avansce is a Neue Schule Group company that focuses on the advancement of technology for bits and bitting. The Avansce system was developed when Dr. Graham Cross - Neue Schule's founder - was doing research for the NS Academy.
The Avansce, unlike basic collection and display of the rein tension data, has more advanced signal processing tools which can extract from the data the hidden quality of interaction between the horse and rider.
The Avansce reins have an in-built sensor which connect wirelessly to an app on your phone and records data about your rhythm, consistency, balance and contact through your reins to your horse's mouth. The app then displays the data from each rein with an easy-to-read score out of 10.
27 July 2018