If you are someone who takes or gives horseback riding lessons, then you know better than anyone how difficult it can be to communicate well with the rider or instructor who is teaching you. In an equestrian center you are often surrounded by a lot of noise from playing children, horses roaring, galloping hooves, wind and instructions from instructors and the like. Instructors tend to overdo it in order to communicate with the rider, who needs the instructions so badly. As an instructor you are often exhausted at the end of a lesson and your voice hurts. Also the rider can’t concentrate and at the end of the lesson he’ll be fed up with the word “what? This is terribly annoying, but need not be the norm.
Equestrian coaching headsets
Multiple options and uses