Horses are curious creatures. As a prey animal, their thinking is fear-based. Learn to turn fear into curiosity!
Finding our Ground Zero – the place we can always start successfully from.
We move forward when the horse is in release and following our focus. Why you should never force a horse through an obstacle.
We build it on the ground, then ride it in the saddle.
What does Sir Isaac Newton have to do with horse training? Well, his 3rd law of motion is tied in to how you ride your horse in some very obvious ways that you likely haven’t thought about – but when you do it might change how you ride from now on. So lets explore!
Part 3 of 3 in a series. We look at what do to when you’re expecting a left turn…but your horse turns right.
Christmas is a time full of relationships, with friends, family…and our horses.
For the past several months I’ve had a great opportunity: working with a group of teenagers; showing them how to train, work with and ride their horses at a ranch operated by the Poteet family in west-central Alberta. This is a great group of kids who enjoy having fun and learning with horses. The work […]
Christmas season is a beautiful time of year when giving is in abundance. We consider our friends, family and children. I know many people that extend gifts to their pets and horses as well. There’s just a good feeling in that. Have you considered what we give to and receive from our horses?
Seasons Greetings from Amazing Backcountry!