Tag Archives: training

Breaking the mold

Contrary to what non-dressage riders think, there is a lot more to it than just riding around in circles and boring the horse into submission. It is hard to describe the levels of unison one reaches with a dressage horse. … Continue reading

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Face it, it’s not your horse…

It’s YOU! I’ve been sitting on this post for a while as it may make me somewhat unpopular. But what the hell, here goes! I am, as is everyone else in the horsey world, surrounded by riders, handlers and their … Continue reading

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Meeting a legend: Monty Roberts

This past weekend, I had the privilege to meet a legend of the horsey world: Monty Roberts! Monty became famous when he wrote a book about how he studied the way wild mustangs communicate and adapted that into a training … Continue reading

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