On The Yard: Horse and Rider Training

Based out of Risebridge Farm in Kent, Jason Webb and his team offer a range of training services for horse and rider. These include starting young horses, helping with issues such as loading and undesirable behaviours, as well as camps and clinics where you and your horse can learn and progress together. Scroll down to read about all our services, or follow the links to jump right to the service you need. To book training or to find out more, please use the contact form at the bottom of the page.

With a reputation built through word of mouth, Jason is now a highly sought after horse trainer amongst international riders and studs. From eventing, dressage, showjumping, polo, racing, showing and western disciplines, as well as recreational riders desiring a safe, confident and responsive riding horse, Jason’s skill, patience and deep understanding of horse behaviour has earned him the reputation of one of the UK’s most sought after horse trainers. Jason’s techniques and programs for horse training complement his horsemanship clinics and his online training program, Your Horsemanship, allowing clients to continue to develop their partnership with their horse whatever their aspirations and chosen equestrian disciplines.

Horse Training Services

  • Horse Starting (or breaking in, colt starting)
  • Retraining horses with behavioural problems (mild to severe)
  • Retraining horses with ridden problems (mild to severe)
  • Groundwork Training, including foal handling, stallion handling and liberty training
  • Loading
  • Schooling for all disciplines
  • Rehabilitation and fitness work

Rider Training Services

Horse Training

With a reputation built through word of mouth, Jason is now a highly sought after horse trainer amongst international riders and studs. From eventing, dressage, showjumping, polo, racing, showing and western disciplines, as well as recreational riders desiring a safe, confident and responsive riding horse, Jason’s skill, patience and deep understanding of horse behaviour has earned him the reputation of one of the UK’s most sought after horse trainers.

Horse Starting

Jason’s techniques and programs for horse training complement his horsemanship clinics and his online training program, Your Horsemanship, allowing clients to continue to develop their partnership with their horse whatever their aspirations and chosen equestrian disciplines. With over twenty years experience and having started over 1000 horses, Jason’s main love is starting young horses and ponies and giving them the best start to their ridden careers. Much in demand by studs, professional and amateur riders alike, Jason provides exceptional results in a short space of time.

Whichever term you use, be it starting, colt starting, breaking in or horse breaking, Jason’s horse training program allows each horse to be treated as an individual at the same time as ensuring horse and rider have the best possible chance of success in their chosen discipline, be it Grand Prix dressage, eventing racing or hacking.

Jason’s process for starting young horses (or breaking in) has evolved over the many years that he has worked with horses, both young and mature. Sessions of groundwork are seen as the preparation to ensure a smooth transition to the horse’s ridden work. The first rides are undertaken in the safe environment of a round pen before being taken into the arena where “forward” and “direction” are key. Once the horse is settled and confident, longer rides alone and in company around the farm, woodlands and lanes become the next stage of the process. After four weeks, we highly recommend a break of at least two weeks for the horse to allow him to process the learning he has undergone and refresh him for the consolidation and hand over phase of the starting, or horse breaking in process.

By the end of the six weeks we aim to produce horses that are safe and confident with the foundations in place for a successful ridden career in any given discipline, and that:

  • Are quiet and well mannered to handle, tie up, lead, load
  • Stand still to mount and unmount
  • Walk, trot, canter in the arena looking to develop suppleness, balance and rhythm
  • Hack alone and in company in open fields, woodlands and lanes (exposed to traffic)
  • Canter through open fields
  • Open and close gates
  • Jump small natural obstacles and show jumps
  • Are desensitised to various objects being carried by the rider

Horse 'Breaking' vs 'Starting'

Jason uses the term “starting horses” as he feels this is the best way to describe the process of giving horses the correct foundations on the ground and the preparation for riding. Commonly used terms such as horse breaking, breaking-in and backing tend to conjure up an image of the human forcing the horse to cooperate rather than working with the horse and his natural behaviours in order to teach him acceptance of a rider.

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Behavioural and ridden problems

“I view it like this; the horse has created a strong, instinctive pathway in his mind that keeps him safe whenever he feels threatened. As a trainer, I need to develop a new neurological pathway that also keeps him safe but becomes stronger than the old one.” - Jason Webb

Retraining horses with behavioural and ridden problems (mild to severe)

Jason has a remarkable ability to re-educate the most dangerous or unhandled horses and regularly receives referrals of from vets, farriers, training yards, instructors and professional riders including Olympians of horses with severe behaviour problems. He is often seen as a ‘last chance’ for horses that are destined for euthanasia but is also used extensively for horses with milder issues that impact on their rider’s enjoyment or competition success. The horse behaviour problems and ridden problems we handle is ever expanding but include; Aggression, Leading, Loading, Foot handling, Mounting, Napping, Rearing, Bucking, Bolting, Spooking, Refusals, General Manners, Traffic Shy, Excitability at Competitions, Kicking, Control Issues, Catching, Tying-up

We provide the following services for horses with Horse Behaviour or ridden problems:

  • Retraining at Risebridge Farm; the duration of your horse’s stay will depend on the nature and severity of the issue.
  • A consultation where Jason can give advice and recommendations.
  • Private lessons at your place or ours.
  • Loading training

Over the years, Jason has developed some unique solutions to various horse behaviour problems that have been tried and tested to ‘reprogram’ the horse’s reactions to certain situations. He always starts with his groundwork program, gaining respect and control of the horse on the ground and laying the foundations for work under saddle. Once the horse has been retrained, Jason firmly believes that it is equally important to educate and equip the handler and rider with the relevant knowledge and skills, which is why he has developed Your Horsemanship to allow them to continue to progress with their horses at home.

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We firmly believe in ‘honesty is the best policy’ and if we don’t feel that horse and rider are suited, or if the horse is going to be too dangerous, we will advise accordingly. We are able to provide references and testimonials from clients with horses that have similar problems to yours so you can rest assured that your horse in the right hands.

From ‘virtually unrideable’ to an ‘absolute pleasure – Lindt and Bear – two of our many success stories!

Lindt

Lindt is a beautifully bred dressage horse who had started his competitive career before becoming “virtually unrideable and dangerous” at a professional dressage yard, bucking, rearing and rushing whenever he got worried. After six months out of work, Jason was seen as his last chance.

Jason explains, “Lindt was a highly sensitive horse – very claustrophobic and he couldn’t deal with pressure well, which led to him displaying horse behaviours such as rearing, bucking and bolting. I spent a lot of time desensitising him and getting him to work without bit contact. Once he had softened and relaxed into his work, I was able to ask him to accept light contact and getting him to deal with pressure situations in a calm and controlled manner”. After an eight week stay, Lindt’s owner and trainer were able to come and ride him and take him home, confident that they would be able to continue his dressage training. We are delighted to hear that Lindt is back competing successfully in Affiliated Dressage, qualifying for the Regional Championships and making his debut in Prix St. Georges!

Katie Jaye-Lipton, Lindt’s owner explains “We were really losing all hope and cannot thank Jason and his staff more for giving us our horse back. I never, in a million years thought we would make it through and get to this point with him. I have been recommending Jason to everyone with “problem” horses! The transformation in Lindt is amazing, he continues to progress in leaps and bounds and we are very excited about his future!”

Bear

Bear was rescued by his owner, Vicky, but struggled to gain his trust. Becoming increasingly dangerous to handle and ride, she decided to send him to us.

Jason explains, “Bear was one of the worst cases of bolting I had come across and I honestly didn’t know whether he could be safely retrained. Most horses with habits such as bolting and rearing are fine as long as you don’t put pressure on them but if the problem is not nipped in the bud, it will escalate to the point when they bolt or rear whenever they feel the slightest pressure. Bear had got to this stage and he had become very dangerous to ride and increasingly difficult to handle on the ground.

Unless you go to the root of the problem with horses like Bear, you will never truly solve the problem, but this can sometimes be quite tough. I view it like this; the horse has created a strong, instinctive pathway in his mind that keeps him safe whenever he feels threatened. As a trainer, I need to develop a new pathway that also keeps him safe but becomes stronger than the old one.”

The transformation in Bear has been incredible. Vicky regularly participates in Jason’s clinics and is now able to compete in local showing, jumping and cross country events. Bear is now a pleasure to be around and Vicky’s children are even enjoying the odd ride on him too!

Loading

Having a horse that is difficult to load is a very common and frustrating problem! Jason travels out to those having these problems on a weekly basis and over the years have solved a wide range of loading and travelling issues detailed below. Please also look at the loading section in the Your Horsemanship online training programme where you can join up to gain access to hundreds of online lessons on all aspects of horsemanship, including how to tackle loading issues.

loading a horse

Refusal to load. This is generally caused either by the horse not understanding what is asked of it or because the horse has had a bad experience and does not want to repeat it. They work out how to avoid the situation usually by either by rearing, planting or bolting when asked to go onto a ramp and a habit is then formed.

“Bad Travellers”. Horses are naturally claustrophobic animals and those that that are deemed “bad travellers” tend to panic and start to scramble as they lose their balance and footing. Some react in a different way and plant themselves against the sides or the rear of the trailer. These horses are likely to be highly anxious on arrival at an event and will often lead to a refusal to load.

Unloading. It is not just loading that can be a problem. With young or inexperienced horses it is often the unloading that can cause issues and has the potential to lead to very dangerous situation for both horse and handler as the horse suddenly decides to leap or rush out of the horsebox or trailer.

Trauma. Some horses that Jason has dealt with have suffered severe physical and mental trauma through being in a horsebox or trailer that has been involved in a traffic accident. These horses often need a program or rehabilitation in order for them to be comfortable in the horsebox or trailer again.

loading a difficult horse

The downright unusual! Jason is often seen as a last resort to those facing unusual problems with their horse they can’t solve. A case in point was Alison Scott’s showjumper whose performance was being affected by his refusal to urinate in the horsebox on long journeys. Jason asked her to leave dirty bedding from his stable in his stall in the horsebox and take out a partition, which solved the problem!

Jason explains, “It goes back to thinking of how the horse behaves in his natural environment. A lot of horses, particularly stallions, or ‘colty’ geldings, like to urinate on the same corner of the stable, or the same patch of grass in the field. By leaving bedding that has his distinctive smell on it reassured him, even if to our human eyes and nose it was a bit disgusting! Also, by opening up the partition, he could move his legs apart to give him stability. This is also the first thing I recommend to people who have horses that travel badly.”

Horse Loading Training Techniques

Jason’s loading techniques focus on developing a strong “forward” cue and never forcing a horse onto a trailer or horsebox. The preliminary loading training work is done on the ground away from the vehicle and the horse will only be presented to the ramp once he fully understands the forward cue and reacts to it quickly and with no resistance.

loading a problem horse

When the horse is taken towards the ramp, Jason will ask for a forward cue and will be looking for the horse to show curiosity by lowering his head and sniffing at the ramp rather than looking at his surroundings and looking for a way out. Some horses will only take a few minutes to be happily walking on and off the horsebox, whereas others may take an hour or two. Whichever the case, it is the horse’s choice to respond correctly to the forward cue and walk up the ramp.

Once the horse is willing to load on cue, Jason will spend time with the handler teaching them the same techniques. They will only consider the job well done when the handler is confident in the horse’s acceptance of being loaded.

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Racehorses – Starting, Pre-Training, Retraining

With his father operating a small scale Thoroughbred breeding operation in Australia, Jason learnt the art of starting and pre-training racehorses from an early age, as well as retraining the not-so-quick ones!

Starting and Pre-Training

"We first used Jason Webb to start a very tricky youngster; I can highly recommended for working with young racehorses." -Jim Boyle Racing

race horses

Here at Risebridge Farm, Jason handles and starts racehorses in a similar way to other horses, whilst acknowledging the differences in the way they will be ridden and managed in their racing career. With the combination of Jason’s methods and the excellent facilities and care, Jason not only produces horses that are ready to go into training, but even colts and the trickiest of youngsters turn out easy to handle and to retrain should their career in racing fail.

Retraining

“Twister came to Jason as an ex-race horse who had been left at grass for 3 years and needed to be retrained as a hacking horse. Jason worked with both Twister and myself giving us the techniques and tools to deal with Twisters quirks."

jason teaching

With little money to spend on ‘made’ horses, Jason’s teenage years were spent retraining their homebred racehorses for showjumping, eventing, polo, polocrosse, campdrafting (working cows) and working horses, with some even going on to win major accolades. Here in the UK, he has found there is a great demand for retraining racehorses and even though not all of them will go on to compete at a high level, Jason believes they all deserve a second career and that with the right rider can go on to lead useful lives. Of the ex-racehorses that have come through the yard, some have gone on to compete successfully in affiliated dressage and eventing, whilst others have found their forte on the polo or polocrosse field. Some like this endurance horse, just needed some work on a specific area in order to go on to success.

“I had a horse straight out of racing to compete in Endurance riding but he was difficult with his hind feet and did not tie up, which led to elimination at Vet Checks. After Jason had done his magic we never had any further trouble with this horse, who went on to compete successfully.” Bryony Dickens, Endurance Rider

Jason also believes that many ex-racehorses are misunderstood and labeled as “highly strung” and “difficult” when they just need some time and understanding to make the adjustment to life outside of racing. The issues people have with their ex-racers are not necessarily related to their previous careers and once the issues have been solved, the majority turn out to be highly reliable and versatile mounts.

Working with Retraining of Racehorses (RoR)

"Jason has a wealth of knowledge that he departs in a calm and understandable manner. He can offer people the tools to make riding and handling their horse an enjoyable experience and this helps to build/restore confidence. Even if you are very experienced Jason has tips and insight to offer" -Pippa Boyle, ROR South East

jason with horse at event

Jason regularly works for Retraining of Racehorses, conducting demonstrations and clinics for the organization throughout the South East. Retraining of Racehorses is British Horseracing’s official charity for the welfare of horses that have retired from racing. Amongst other roles, it raises funds from within the Racing Industry to help support the charitable retraining and rehoming of former racehorses, helps provide facilities for the care, retraining and rehoming of former racehorses, promotes the adaptability of racehorses to other equestrian activities and runs a well established programme of competition sponsorship and clinics to educate and improve riders handling former racehorses. The ultimate goal is to achieve a balance between the number of horses leaving Racing and the number of enthusiastic, and suitable, new homes.

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Jason and the team welcome over 150 horses a year to Risebridge Farm, Goudhurst, Kent. The main horse training on offer is starting, or breaking-in, young horses and retraining those horses with behavioural and ridden problems with our additional services also proving highly popular. Although the majority of our work is done at Risebridge Farm, Jason can also travel to train horses and riders off-site.

From your first enquiry we will do our utmost to put you at ease and provide a top class, personalised service. Following your initial enquiry, you will be sent an Information Pack, detailing prices, booking process and the training package that best suits you and your horses’ needs. It also gives you the chance to liaise with us to make sure we have all the information in order to make your horses’ training a success.

Your horse’s care is our priority. From the moment of arrival they will be in skilled hands and receive top class care and “TLC”! We accommodate each horses’ individual requirements and work closely with our network of Associate Equestrian Professionals to provide a complete care package. We endeavor to work closely with owners and riders with regular updates and viewing sessions throughout your horses stay and handover lessons at the end of your horse’s training are seen as instrumental to the partnership’s future success.

Training Better Horse Riders

Jason has found himself increasingly sought after as a teacher and has developed a range of rider training clinics, courses and camps to provide individual learning options within a group environment, as well as offering private lessons and consultations for riders of all levels.

Jason’s skill and patience with horses translates into his communication with horse riders and handlers of all levels and abilities to give them the tools and understanding to develop successful partnerships with their horses. These learning options complement his online training program, Your Horsemanship, which enables riders and handlers to continue their progress at home. Through Your Horsemanship: On the Yard, Jason offers a range of training for riders of all levels and disciplines:

Clinics

Jason conducts a range of horsemanship clinics that are closely linked to his online horse training program, Your Horsemanship, allowing participants to continue their progress at home.

round pen crowd

All of the horsemanship training clinics aim to give participants:

  • The foundations to enable you to achieve your aspirations in your given equestrian discipline
  • Confidence and control on the ground and when ridden
  • A balanced and respectful relationship between you and your horse
  • Practical solutions to common problems
  • An understanding of how horses and humans interact successfully
  • Progression in a ‘building block’ training pathway that can be continued through the Your Horsemanship online training program

We currently offer the following “Your Horsemanship Clinics” on a monthly basis at Risebridge Farm and we are happy to arrange them at your yard too! Premium members of Your Horsemanship also great discounts on Your Horsemanship products and services from our On The Yard and On The Road offerings, such as horse and rider training, livery, surgeries, clinics, and camps!

Trust and Respect Groundwork Clinic

horse draped in tarp

£45pp, 1.5 hour group lesson (maximum five horses). This horsemanship clinic is designed to help owners with nervous horses or those who have difficulties with gaining their horse’s respect.

Ridden Confidence Clinic

£45pp, 1.5 hour group lesson (maximum five horses). This training clinic is designed to give confidence to both horse and rider and to give the tools to the rider in order to control their horse in all situations and environments.

The Afternoon Surgery

£65pp private lesson with Jason Webb covering any groundwork or ridden areas (normal private lesson price £80) Please note if you are a Your Horsemanship Premium Member you will get at £10 discount.

jason instructing rider

You may also be interested in checking out our other learning options of Your Horsemanship Foundation Courses and Your Horsemanship Camps. Jason can tailor all of his horsemanship clinics, rider courses, horse camps and horse training demonstrations to off-site venues including private yards, livery yards, Riding Clubs, Pony Clubs, Colleges and Equestrian Centres. Jason is available for a half day for £250 + travel (40p/mile) or a full day for £500 + travel (40p/mile).

If you have any questions about our training clinics, please contact us.

Courses

Participants can learn Jason’s horse training techniques through his Your Horsemanship Foundation Course Days which are held at regular intervals throughout the year. These rider training courses are held as Groundwork Days or Ridden Days, allowing participants to focus on the areas relevant to them, but they can also be taken as a two day course in order to cover horse training techniques from the ground to saddle! The content is closely linked to Jason’s online horse training program, Your Horsemanship, allowing you to continue your progress at home. Remember that as a Your Horsemanship Premium member, you'll be entitled to discounts on all our training courses.

training with poles

The Foundation Course Days aim to give you:

  • The foundations and horse training techniques to enable you to achieve your aspirations in your given equestrian discipline
  • Confidence and control on the ground and when ridden
  • A balanced and respectful relationship between you and your horse
  • Practical solutions to common problems
  • An understanding of how horses and humans interact successfully
  • Progression in a ‘building block’ training pathway that can be continued through the Your Horsemanship online training program

rider in training

Your Horsemanship Foundation Groundwork Course Day: £125pp Your Horsemanship Foundation Ridden Course Day: £125pp 2 Day Discount: £215pp

You may also be interested in checking out our other learning options of Your Horsemanship Clinics and Your Horsemanship Camps. Jason can tailor all of his horsemanship clinics, rider courses, horse camps and horse training demonstrations to off-site venues including private yards, livery yards, Riding Clubs, Pony Clubs, Colleges and Equestrian Centres. Jason is available for a half day for £250 + travel (40p/mile) or a full day for £500 + travel (40p/mile).

rider groundwork training

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Camps

Our three day Your Horsemanship Camps have proved highly popular with participants learning horse training techniques through a range of groundwork and ridden clinics with Jason Webb and the team. In addition to this, at our horse camps riders enjoy a showjumping clinic, group farm hacks (including vital lessons how to handle your horse out hacking!), having a go at polocrosse and mounted games and lectures from equine industry experts. With lunchtime and evening catering included, and with the yard staff always on hand to help, you can just relax and soak up the expertise and advice on offer at this unique horse camp. The final afternoon gave riders a chance to put their learning into practice in a series of “challenges”.

rider groundwork training

Jason adapted this horse camp to other venues, such as Goonbell Equestrian Centre in St. Agnes, Cornwall and our upcoming dates for the Your Horsemanship Camps can be viewed here.

Typical Itinerary: Although the format of the camps will vary according to the venue, riders on our “home” camps will get the chance to participate in a variety of activities such as groundwork clinics, ridden foundation clinics, show jumping, dressage, group farm hacks and even try polocrosse and mounted games! We ask our sponsors and equestrian professionals who we work with to give informal talks on topics such as nutrition, soundness and equine dentistry. Our catering is also a highlight, with homemade cakes, lunches and evening meals provided.

rider in training

Whatever your aspirations and experience, our camps are designed to give confidence to the most nervous of horse or rider, whilst providing challenges to those wanting a break in their usual routine. All of this coupled with spending time with like-minded people in a fun, educational atmosphere and the chance to “talk horses” to Jason and the Team!

To see upcoming Camps, please see our Events calendar (opens a new tab).

Accommodation: At camps at Risebridge Farm, you are welcome to camp on site or we can provide a list of local accommodation. Stabling and turnout are also available for your horses on site.

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Starting Course

This is the perfect solution for those who wants to be involved in starting their young horse under saddle, or to learn how to break a horse in, but perhaps lack the skills, knowledge or facilities to undertake this vital stage in their horse’s training on their own. You are not expected to do the first ride however you can be part of all the work leading up to it and have a hands on approach to your horses starting! You can pick and chose what you would like to do with your horse as participants are able to undertake or watch each stage of the process, using specialist equipment and facilities safe in the knowledge that Jason and the team are on hand to give your horse the best start to their ridden career. To accompany this course Jason strongly recommends you join his Your Horsemanship online programme so that you have support leading up to and after your course. jason teaching a rider This horse starting course is highly individual and the dates, duration and timings can be arranged as required. We welcome individuals or pairs to take the course and we are happy to arrange local accommodation for those living further away.

If you have any questions about how we can help you get your horse off on the best hoof possible, please find our contact detail here, or simply use the form below:

Private Lessons and Consultations

Jason and his associates are available for private lessons and consultations on any aspect of horse or rider training, starting, and behavioural issues. Please contact Your Horsemanship to see how we can help you.

Jason has also developed his online training website Your Horsemanship where you can access horsemanship training in both ground and ridden work as well as overcoming problems, see: Your Horsemanship Online.

Jason's Training Philosophy

I have spent my working life building on my experiences and the knowledge of generations of horsemen in my own family and other exceptional horse trainers and these decades of experience underpin my training philosophy.

My grandfather and father were using techniques based on the natural instincts of the horse well before the term “natural horsemanship” was introduced to the equestrian world. They understood how to read the horse’s reactions to situations and adapt their own movements and behavior to bring out the best in their animals. In turn, they passed their stockman’s knowledge onto my siblings and I. After such a good start in my horse training education, I have spent the next twenty years refining these techniques through working with thousands of horses and owners to produce a training program that I believe works for both horses and riders.

My horse training revolves around these three concepts:

  • Developing a balance between TRUST and RESPECT in both horse and owner creates an attitude to learn. They are fundamental to your partnership with your horse and future progression and success in your chosen discipline.
  • Having the skills and confidence to be a leader to your horse creates willingness in the horse to follow and try for you.
  • Knowledge is power. The more you learn, the more knowledge you can impart to your horse and the more your partnership will progress and strengthen… Never stop trying to learn to be a better horseperson!

Jason’s Training Methods

All of my training programs revolve around my MO:RE4 process:

Jason's MO:RE4 process

In practical terms, this process is often related to the concept of ‘making the right thing easy and the wrong thing hard’, ‘advance-retreat’ and ‘pressure – release’. However, this same process can also allow the horse trainer to choose a positive reinforcement as a “motivation”, therefore encompassing both the negative and positive reinforcement scales of horse training.

When you consider the definition of pressure as ‘the exertion of force against a thing; influence or persuasion of an oppressive kind’, it is only natural that I should prefer to use the word “motivate” as it is defined as ‘to stimulate the interest of; to inspire’ (Oxford English Dictionary). Within my horse training, I am not forcing the horse to follow my commands but I am giving the horse an option and in time they will find the easy option (my desired “result”) and be rewarded.

Horses are Animals

I always impress upon people the need to consider that their horse is an animal, with instincts and needs that have evolved through thousands of years in order to keep them alive. When I train horses, I use and work with their natural instincts to teach them but I also try to look at the whole picture; how is the horse managed at home? What is he fed? Are there simple steps that could be taken to change his behaviour? How can we balance the needs of the owner with the needs of the horse? Horses are amazingly adaptable animals and it is part of our duty as owners to consider not just their physical health but their mental well-being too.

Additional Information

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