Internationally published freelance writer and creative content producer Nikki Alvin-Smith is pleased to offer the following feature articles on both equestrian and pet topics.
As an experienced clinician, competitor and coach in the world of Grand Prix dressage, and a former showjumper, foxhunter and horse breeder, Nikki offers an array of articles from basics for beginners to advanced training articles. Here is a sampling of what is currently available with First Time Serial Rights. Don’t miss out!
Dazzle your dressage readers with, “ Making Great Strides in the Extended Trot,” help for riders from the start of lengthening strides and cadence training to the floating Big Tour trot dressage riders all love to watch and hope to emulate.
Winter is a great season to get busy with further education and clinics for all disciplines pop up everywhere. A timely article entitled, “ Top Ten Tips to Maximize Your Clinic Experience,” explains to riders what to do and what not to do, to ensure they enjoy the most from their clinic participation for both themselves and for their horse.
Horse training can be a tricky business and knowing which boundaries you need to honor with your horse and when you can push for a bit more effort is always a fine line to trot. In Nikki’s article, “Less is Always More in Horse Training,” your readership will learn how to develop their conscience and gain more out of their horse training time to make quicker positive progress in their horses and in their own abilities.
Many riders work truly hard to try to secure the best from their horses but unfortunately often fall short due to their lack of understanding of how to achieve the maximum success from those efforts. In the article, “ Riding Aids Gone Awry,” Nikki guides the rider to better understand common mistakes that riders make during training, with detailed advice on how to achieve better results with a few simple self evaluations of their time in the saddle.
In the pet category Nikki often writes on the topic of canine care and her latest article, “ Your Hands Can Work Magic,” the topic of utilizing non-invasive therapies for animal health including massage, reiki and other alternative therapies for dogs is discussed. In January 2020 Nikki’s online writing/photography store will include a pet section to meet the increasing demand for her works this category.
These are just a few of the articles that are available for publication. Please email Nikki@NikkiAlvinSmithStudio.com for more information on these or other works available from her wordsmith services. You can also buy materials a la carte at her website at www.NikkiAlvinSmithStudio.com Please don’t forget to ask about discount package pricing available for purchases of 4 articles or more.
Internationally published freelance writer, content creator, author, photographer and equestrian Nikki Alvin-Smith offers “Engaging Content that Engages Riders to Read,” with unique and fresh material for your horse related business, magazine, website, newsletter, blog and email blast sales machine. Her portfolio of works is extensive and includes equestrian and pet features that have been published worldwide in over 210 different magazine titles. Her clients include equestrian and “B” list movie celebrities for whom she regularly ghostwrites and provides PR services; manufacturers of equine related medical devices, horse structures and professional equine service providers; profit and non-profit initiatives and organizations; and non-equestrian related businesses/publications in the pet industry, investment, real estate and international travel and rural lifestyle.
Nikki Alvin-Smith is a British international level Grand Prix dressage competitor and highly sought trainer/coach/clinician. Together with her husband Paul, who is also a Grand Prix dressage rider, Nikki operates Willowview Hill Farm in the Catskill Mountains of New York; a full service horse breeding and horse training facility. The duo provide ‘team’ clinician services to clients worldwide to riders of all levels and many riding disciplines.
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