Or, How to problem solve during your practice rides How do you approach your rides? For many, riding is for pleasure or therapy. But for those are are working toward specific goals – maybe it’s the next show, or moving
“Can I Get Rid of My Crop?” I hear that question from my students sometimes. My response is generally if you hate carrying a crop, you probably need to carry one more often. It’s the same with the other things
I listen to a lot of Podcasts when I’m driving to horse shows or judging jobs. I like to learn, and podcast became a way for me to learn-on-the-go, filling up otherwise empty time I spend driving. Often, when I
Last week, I took some riders to a show. It was a mixed bag: some good, some not-so-good. There were no blue ribbons, although there were some good placings in competitive classes. With those, however, were a fall, some refusals,
My six year old student rushed out the arena door with her determined pony, as I heard her mother call after her, “If you don’t want him to walk, plant your feet.” Her pony had jetted through the doorway, tugging
It’s fascinating how many opposites there are in riding, both physical and mental. So many times, riders need to be good at seemingly opposite skills, at the same time, or nearly the same time. Too much of this or that,
Or, Why Going Forward Matters “You want them riding forward, thinking forward for themselves. If you always have the handbrake on, then the horses are going to be behind your leg because you’re constantly telling him to slow down.
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