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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 are beneficial to both your horse and you as a rider, sometimes can feel so difficult and the process can be very slow. You know 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 making mistakes.This is a perspective that will help you to look at things a bit differently to find mistakes riders make with horses and then […]

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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 overcome apprehension. But I have helped so many riders to overcome apprehension and fear in our Harmony For the Horse program, that I now believe […]

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Horse Training Without Pressure

If you’re not doing this with your horse training, chances are you’re not reaching your full potential.  I’m going to share with you what I do in my horse training, that I’ve learned along the way that has helped me to accomplish so much more with my horses by putting less pressure on myself as a […]

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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 between the two is confusing to riders, so much to the point that riders just don’t really know why they’re doing each one, why it’s […]

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How To Lunge Your Horse

In this training you’ll discover how to lunge your horse, so you can have amazing, fun fulfilling rides. The students we work with are looking to build a forever bond with their horse, they want to be safe and they want to do the right thing with their horse. They don’t want to make mistakes. I’m going […]

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