Article Archive for July 2010
I love my Blocker Tie Rings. I got mine at a Clinton Anderson Downunder Horsemanship clinic – he named the ones he sells the Aussie Tie Ring – but freely says that they are …Read the full story »
This is for more advanced horses that are in good condition and responsive to weight aids, light leg pressure, and changes in your seat. Your horse either needs to know how to counter-canter or …Read the full story »
This goes for riding & ground work!
For most horses – and for sure for ALL horses in training or retraining:
Have a daily training plan – NOT a set amount of time to ride or work …
You create the relationship you have with your horse in everything you do & that you don’t do with your horse. Here are a few ideas of what to do to build a stronger …Read the full story »
Use your seat/pelvis to drive your horse forward as you put a gentle but small amount of even pressure on your reins – this will give a constant connection between the front-end and the hind-end …Read the full story »