Keeping a Horse Riding Journal

Keeping a Horse Riding Journal

You have just finished cooling down from what, in your mind, was the best lesson you have had in months…  As you are tending to your horse, that afterglow feeling is radiating from you; the feeling of achievement and success.  However, you notice that while you can look back over your lesson and remember details now; come two or three days time,…

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Are All New Clients Worth Your Time and Effort?

Are All New Clients Worth Your Time and Effort?

Whether you are a riding instructor, trainer, barn owner or manager; as you grow your business your time will begin to become more valuable and in order to best utilize your time and skills, this is a question that you must, at some point, ask yourself. Often when professionals have trouble with customers, it is because they did not take…

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4 Steps to a More Comfortable Canter

4 Steps to a More Comfortable Canter

I don’t know about you but for me the canter is the most comfortable and enjoyable gait when riding your horse. I just love the feeling of rolling along, wind in my hair… The three beat rhythm so different from the other three paces. But I also realize that so many riders never really get to appreciate how enjoyable the…

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Making Time for Horse Riding

Making Time for Horse Riding

How many times a week do you ride on average? I know only too well how ‘life’ can just get in the way and other things crop up and demand your attention. In fact, I have seen how even with a scheduled riding lesson, most adults find it difficult to keep that appointment in their calendar due to unforeseen circumstances.…

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