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April 21 at 7PM Mountain Time

 

Ouch ouch ouch.

It's a fact of life.  We get hurt once in a while.  We require surgery once in a while. Being off during a recuperative period can be a struggle - I can relate to being frustrated at not being able to ride on "Doctor's Orders". 

If we've been injured in a horse related incident, our confidence can take a good blow too.  Both cases are life events.  I like to think that all things in life open doors for us; we simply might not see them right away.

In this show, we're going to highlight some of those doors as we dig into two important topics:

1) What we can do to regain confidence after an incident, and

2) Proactive exercises we can do to continue to progress in our horsemanship while we're waiting to get back in the saddle.

 


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April 28 at 7PM Mountain Time

 

Things that are no fun:

Horses that nip.  Horses that push you out of the way.  Horses that shove you with their head.  Horses that bum check you.

What is really going on?  We use words like rude and disrepectful, but those are labels that don't really help solve the problem.

In this show, we'll discuss what is really going on in your horse's mind and how to attend to their struggles so that you can progress without being knocked out of the way!

 


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May 12 at 7PM Mountain Time

 

Or dead sided?

 

What does it mean for a horse to be heavy on the bit or dead-sided?  In short it's when a horse is unresponsive to subtle cues from the aids.  

How does that happen?  We might blame it on previous riding experiences.  We might blame it on a physical issue. 

But blame doesn't help the problem nor does it eliminate your frustration.  Sometimes we just chalk it up to "that's the way the horse is."  But again, that isn't helping our horse, who might think that being ridden means having their face yanked on or sides kicked.

What we really need to focus on in order to create a soft, responsive horse is what's going on in their head.

And in this show, we'll show you how to clear those problems up change your horse's expectations about riding.

 

 

 

 


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May 19 at 7PM Mountain Time

 

Continuing on from Part 1

 

In Part 1 we practiced some exercises that really focused on having your horse balance, and then using that balance to talk to their forehand and hind.  Those are important exercises because they form the basis from which we can create all athletic maneuvers. 

So what's next? 

Just about everything!  In this show, we'll look at taking the balance exercises in to gait changes and foward motion.  Whether you desire a horse that can transition softly into a lead or bend around a tree on a trail or anything else - this show is for you!

 

 

 

 

 


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May 26 at 7PM Mountain Time

 

Guess what?  Your horse needs more than food, water and exercise.

 

Many times we focus on the horse's problems or struggles.  Or we focus on training them to do a certain thing.

But what if your horse's training had less to do with teaching them something and more to do with meeting their needs?

Think about what your own needs are in your life.  You might need affirmation, companionship or simply need to be understood.

Your horse isn't much different.  When we change our focus from the thing we want our horse to do - to making sure their needs are met so that the thing comes naturally, we can realize rapid success without frustration.

 

 

 

 

 


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