Roz Moskovits Dressage and Equine Management
Equine Canada Level 2 Coach & Clinician
Equine Canada Level 2 Coach
& Competition Coach Specialist
When understood and developed correctly, Classical Dressage improves the function, performance and health of all horses, regardless of breed, conformation or discipline.
Health; Conditioning and Fitness;
Maintaining Soundness and Performance;
Equine Psychology and Training;
Equine Behaviour related to Care and Management;
Rider Planning and Mental Preparedness;
Ground Work Exercises; etc.
as a respected lecturer, Roz instructed two of the Equine Specialty courses at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College (later Dal AC) for the past seven years:
Equine Health & Fitness
as well as,
Equine Facilities, Design, Construction & Management
All horses, regardless of age, use or value deserve fact-based individual care that respects the needs and best interest of each animal.
A Career of Teaching:
Through public lectures, in-house workshops, academic courses (Dalhousie University AC - DBM Equine program) and one-on-one coaching of clients Roz remains passionate about educating horse owners and equine care givers.
is an Experienced Clinician
- Classical Dressage
- Dressage for Competition
- Western Dressage
- Gymnastics & Jumping
- General Performance
Please click on the "Clinics" tab for details
Through clinics and regular coaching, students enjoy a quality of instruction that is clear, correct and well structured to the immediate needs and interests of both horse and rider.
For over thirty years Roz has been developing riders with
- a solid, balanced and effective position,
- a clear understanding of the long term development of their horse
- and an ability to ride, school, train and compete with thoughtfulness, compassion and clarity.
Recipient of the 2013
Equine Canada National Coaching Award:
& Recipient of the 2014 Provincial NSEF
Coach of the Year award:
Roz will continue to travel throughout
Central and Northern Nova Scotia
to instruct a small number of regular riding students.
Private consulting services remain available
on an ongoing basis:
for private horse owners
Please contact me and learn how our work together will enable your goals to become your reality.
A private consultation (example photographed to the right here) will include a thorough physical exam, discussion and review of nutrition, training challenges, behavioural issues, physical attributes, conditioning program, goals, etc.
Often recommendations shall direct the owner to work with the appropriate professional such as a veterinarian a registered massage therapist, doctor of chiropractic medicine, a professional equine nutritionist, saddle fitter, trainer, certified coach, etc will follow. This is a chance to work with a professional who can really oversee the whole picture as far as the health and care of your horse is concerned.
thank you Myra for these great photos! As well as Margaret & Tiki at Creamery Brook Stables in Brookfield NS
Booking now for 2018
above: Joecy Peters on Ferunzi
putting in the winning round at this years CNHP Horse Trials - Training level