Trainer Ron Meredith admits that his early training methods were a bit short-sighted. A horse named Gydames entirely changed his approach.
Former stunt rider Martha Cantarini reveals one of the secrets that "will make people believe you talk to horses." | MORE
Round-pen work can be an invaluable training and rehabilitation tool when it complements your horse's learning curve. | MORE
A self-taught horseman with a lifetime of experience, Tom Dorrance helped riders establish true unity and willing communication with their horses. | MORE
The question of preparing to ride in a parade came up in the EquiSearch Discussion Forum and our members had plenty of advice! | MORE
Instructor and trainer Ron Meredith discusses why you should vary the intensity of your training program to keep your horse's interest and create the best learning environment. | MORE
Instructor and trainer Ron Meredith discusses his philosophies about getting a horse to pay attention to you and trust you.
Instructor and trainer Ron Meredith explains why you must first be in control of yourself mentally, physically and emotionally, in order to be successful at teaching things to your horse. | MORE
Instructor and trainer Ron Meredith discusses the difference between breaking and training, and how training in a horse logical fashion will prepare your horse for whatever his future has to offer.
Instructor and trainer Ron Meredith further discusses the control system he calls 'heeding' and how to finesse the control you have over your horse. | MORE
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