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Working with timid horses

Building trust is the key to rehabilitating timid horses. Timid horses are my favorites to work with. Once you show them you are trustworthy, they...

Your horse: the frame of his body = the frame of...

Learn to use your own body language to shape your horse’s body, so he feels good mentally and wants to be with you. Horses...

Is Your Horse Claustrophobic?

All horses, by nature, are claustrophobic to some degree. Understanding why your equine partner reacts this way will help you develop a program to...

Change the Posture, Change the Horse

4 Easy Tips for Improving His Balance Depending on where you live, winter often means spending less time in the saddle. But it doesn’t mean...

The Benefits of Long-lining

Long-lining has many benefits, including increased communication, trust, confidence and training. Long-lining is an extremely powerful tool. Often referred to as ground-driving or “riding from...

Trimming The Special Needs Horse

Horses that are young, nervous, or sore need special consideration. Here’s how to help make them more comfortable when trimming. I trim a lot of...

Mustangs & Veterans Healing Together

Mustangs and veterans working together towards mutual healing. Mustangs and veterans are forces of nature – people and horses of strong will and beliefs. They...

Top 10 Body Language Postures

The top ten equine body language postures you should pay attention to. Observing our horses can bring great pleasure and peace, but if we’re paying...

Training Your Foal With Leadership

Young horses need good leaders. Teach your foal to go where you want her to with trust- based leadership. Training your foal to lead is...

Teaching The Whoa Step-By-Step

A good whoa is one of the most important things you can teach your horse. Doing so at liberty can help strengthen your communication...