Just think about the hindquarters!" "Focus only on the tail!" The concept sounds so easy. But we're going to say up front (as it were) that it isn't | MORE
Now we're ready to continue our work on connecting the tail and rein. It would be helpful for you to re-read the article on this topic in the | MORE
Ignore the gadgets, fads, and shortcuts to understand correct
head carriage and how to achieve it.
Even in a literal three-ring circus, groundwork can help you and
your horse find focus.
Translate your ground exercises-especially impulsion-to language
that works from the saddle.
It has been well said that horsemanship is one of the few things in this world that absolutely cannot be faked. The 6,000 people who bought tickets to | MORE
To get the best results with your horse, peel away outside
distractions and work on your focus.
In recent issues, we compared the control and steering mechanisms of your horse to a car. We illustrated how your reins are the steering wheel and your legs | MORE
Learn to connect the tail to the rein in this simple and
effective mounted exercise.
In the last issue, we talked about the importance of simplifying our cues. Most people seriously over-exaggerate signals to their horses, and make their cues much more complicated | MORE