Category Archives: Tips

Horse Partnership – Does it matter? Three Tips to Improve Your Bond With Your Horse

We have seen those perfect partners. Having a willing horse partner is part of being a successful equestrian. I often get asked, “why does my horse do that?” And by “that” it could be pick up the wrong canter lead, … Continue reading

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It’s all about respect – or – How to get your horse to move sideways!

You can teach your horse to move sideways with elegance. Does your horse know what is being asked of him? Put what you learned into practice and have your horse soft and supple. Continue reading

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What I Learned from Judging a Dressage Show

When you look up commitment in the dictionary there is no picture of a person hauling off to a horse show, but rather a whole host of synonyms such as promise, pledge, responsibility. Have you committed to your horse? Continue reading

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Making a Bond With Your Horse

“When you’re riding, only the race in which you’re riding is important.”– Bill Shoemaker What does this quote mean to you? Does it mean: When you are riding, whether it is in the competition arena or training at home, you … Continue reading

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