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From Moshi

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Words have power. They have energy. They create a state of being in our minds. Horses don't use words, but we understand the energy behind what you say. You've probably heard the saying, "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me." I say, the wounds from a stick or stone will probably heal, but the damage caused by the … Read More >

From Indy

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The big gray barn cat got in my face today. She told me I was a brat. She swatted at my nose and scratched me bloody! I can't believe she did that! I was just trying to get her to run so I could chase her, like I do the bunnies. But no.. she said she is much too mature for my silly games. Silly games! My games aren't silly! I'm very serious … Read More >

Keep Your Pelvis in “Neutral” to Find Good Balance

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Horseback riding is all about balance and staying centered. You always want to keep your horse in good balance for his stage of training no matter what your discipline. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a dressage rider, a western pleasure rider, a trail rider, or an event rider. Correct balance is essential to effective riding because the center … Read More >

How To Ride Good Corners

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Rule of Thumb No matter what level you’re doing, you have to ride corners. The general rule for riding corners is that you don’t have to go any deeper into the corners than the smallest circle done at each level. The smallest circle you’re asked to do at First Level is a 10-meter circle. That means you need to get into the corner to the depth … Read More >