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Why Enforcing Your Boundaries on the Ground will Improve Your Riding

Why Enforcing Your Boundaries on the Ground will Improve Your Riding

Are you a pushover? So many riders describe themselves this way. And this is unfortunate because what’s happening between you and your horse on the ground, is a good reflection of whats going on in the saddle. Groundwork is so important. Every single conversation you have with your horse starts and ends on the ground. Failing to pay attention to…

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What’s Your Number in Riding?

What’s Your Number in Riding?

I recommend 16 to most of my riders. However, maybe your’s is 12. Or 20… The number is not really that important. What is important is that you choose one and then stick to it. And what does this number represent? Your number is the number of interactions you are committing to this month with your horse. Riding, lunging, groundwork…

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Plan Your Ride with These Simple Steps

Plan Your Ride with These Simple Steps

How often do you dismount and honestly have no clue what you just spent the previous 30 minutes working on? If this is happening more often than you want to admit, you’re not alone. The good news is that planning can help completely change this. The conversation between you and your horse begins with the conversation already ongoing in your…

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