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How To Improve Your Seat

How to Improve your seat in a true and functional way? We’re going to get clear on this so that it makes sense to you and your horse. When you say to yourself, […]

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Feel Like Quitting Horses Completely?

What do we do when we feel like quitting horses altogether? Uncertainty is not good for riders, not good for horses. It’s similar to the feeling that I had when I first […]

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How To Achieve True Lightness And Self Carriage When Riding

True lightness and self carriage when riding…This is the ultimate, isn’t it? But let’s face it, riding horses can be so frustrating. Getting these results that we’re looking for that […]

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Mistakes Riders Make With Horses

Mistakes riders make with horses are sometimes not even known by the rider.But when we want to do the very best for our horses, we don’t really want to be […]

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Rider Apprehension: A Confident Rider’s #1 Skill

Rider apprehension affects our horse’s performance, and our horsemanship. All equestrians experience rider apprehension when training and riding horses. I used to think that we as riders were not able to […]

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What Does It Take To Finally Get Results With Your Horse?

What does it take to finally get results with your horse? Tell me if this is you… You want to do something very special for yourself. Maybe you’ve worked a full time job […]

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7 Keys To True Connection With Your Horse

When in this state of being, that I’m about to describe to you, riders are not able to access these 7 keys to true connection … and that can be […]

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Why A Horse Has Trouble Bending Right

Why does a horse have trouble bending right?  This is such a common question.  And here’s how you may know that you have a bending problem. Let me know if […]

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How to Make the Path from Liberty to Classical Dressage

The path from Liberty to Classical Dressage…Liberty is breathtaking, and also Classical Dressage is breathtaking, but there becomes a question about the path from one to the other.  And the gap […]

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