“Just because something doesn’t do what you planned it to do doesn’t mean it’s useless.”
Your Horse Training Philosophy
Your horse training philosophy can be along the same lines. I like where he says, ‘doesn’t do what you planned it to do’. In horse training ease, horses really never read the book on ‘how to train a horse‘. So when you are riding and your horse offers you something which you may (or may not) have wanted or thought you wanted, think of how you are training your horse and why they have decided to ‘give’ this to you.
Horse Training Problems
I get asked the same questions over and over again…
Laura, how do I solve <insert training issue> problem with my horse!
It could range from not standing to be mounted, not getting the correct canter lead, improving bend and many other horse training conundrums. If you have a horse training block which you would like to move past… Please send me an email and we can work through it.
Here are some horse training links to get you on your way:
- Correcting a horse which is dead to the leg – Horse Training tip Number 1
- Rewarding your horse for trying – Horse Training tip Number 2
- Is your horse tense?- Horse training tip number 3
Do you have a tip we should include here? I’d love to hear from you.