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See Training Challenges as Opportunities

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Sometimes you might feel overwhelmed or frustrated when you’re struggling to develop a particular skill or teaching your horse a new movement. Since it’s easier not to take responsibility for what’s going wrong, the negativity gets directed at your horse. Your refrain becomes, “Why does he hollow his back and stick his head straight up in … Read More >

How Do I Get My Horse To “Go”?

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When teaching your horse to “go”, focus on two aspects of “thinking forward.” 1. Taking responsibility for his own energy 2. Reacting to light aids Responsibility The first thing you need to do is teach your horse to take responsibility for his energy. It’s not your job to keep him going by “legging him”, spurring him, clucking … Read More >

From Moshi

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Happiness. What is that, exactly? Is it winning a blue ribbon? Is it winning the lottery? Is it falling in love? Or does it take some kind of magic formula to achieve? Would you believe me if I told you that happiness is a habit? So is unhappiness. Of course, there are life events that can change your feeling state, but the overall quality of … Read More >

From Indy

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I'm definitely a creature of habit. I get up at the same time every morning, eat the same breakfast, go outside and check out my usual places, and follow Rhett back in the house to sit at his feet while he reads the paper. From there, our day might be different, but mornings are always the same. I'm also in the habit of being happy. I have a … Read More >