FREE ONLINE TRAINING FOR EQUESTRIANS

GROUNDWORK

that works

'WITH' your RIDING :)

What you're doing on the ground is impacting your conversation in the saddle...


Learn how to build your confidence, connection, and partnership so that you and your horse can truly work together as a team


SAVE MY SEAT >>

THE TRAINING IS LIVE & ONLINE... 

so using your computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone, you can join in from anywhere in the world

  • 12 pm (noon) Los Angeles
  • 1 pm Houston
  • 3 pm New York
  • 5 pm Dublin / London
  • 6 pm Cape Town / Amsterdam
  • 12 am (midnight) Perth (next day - 19th of June)
  • 2 am Melbourne (next day - 19th of June)
  • 4 am Auckland NZ (next day - 19th of June)  
RESERVE YOUR SEAT NOW >>
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The training is live & will be followed by a live Q&A

YOUR HOST FOR THE TRAINING

Hey there, I'm Lorna

I help riders have better conversations with their horses by simplifying a lot of the basic principles that, well, leave both rider & horse feeling confused and overwhelmed.

As the host of the Daily Strides Podcast, I focus on helping riders who are working for the most part alone - without a coach, trainer, or instructor, to continue to build their skills as a rider - and train there horses!

It is 'do-able' when you know what to do and when ;)

I believe that the conversation between horse and rider begins long before bums ever touch the saddle... And I'm on a mission to share this with riders all over the globe. 

I will be truly honored if you choose to join me for an hour for this live training, which I hope will give you a new way of thinking about your riding - both in the saddle and out. 

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WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Why trust begins on the ground
  • How each ride is being influenced by what happens before it
  • How to begin 'tuning in' to the conversation your horse is already having
  • The connection between groundwork, lunging, and riding
  • How pressure and release on the ground cross over to the saddle
  • How to 'reward' your horse, without using treats or food
  • And lots more...