THREE TIME OLYMPIC COACH, JANE SAVOIE, PUTS AN END TO
YOUR FRUSTRATIONS BY REVEALING HER SECRETS FOR TRAINING
A HAPPY HORSE AND OFFERING SIMPLE SOLUTIONS TO EVERY DAY
TRAINING QUESTIONS!

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Here’s what you’ll find in the Guide to Training A Happy Horse:

  • 20 DVD lessons that cover everything from how to use your aids to the training scale to all the movements and exercises from Training level through Third level.
  • PLUS 3 bonus DVDs that cover some of the mental aspects of riding like exercises to help you relax, using visualization and self-talk to improve your skills, using music to help you with rhythm and tempo…and to have FUN!
  • 20 CD lectures that cover the same material in the DVD lessons. Pop them in your CD player in your car or your Walkman when you’re exercising. The lectures reinforce everything you see in the DVDs.
  • A BONUS CD on Problem Solving with the tools you’ve learned in the lessons.
  • A 135-page manual that summarizes the lessons in a quick and easy Question and Answer, bullet point format. The manual also includes space for notes and a fill in the blank section to really be sure you absorb the main points.
  • A Winning Attitude book to help you get your ride and your day off to a great start.

MODULE 1– TEACH YOUR HORSE THE EQUINE ALPHABET

In this module, you’ll learn how to develop a non-verbal language with your horse so that you can communicate more effectively. First, you’ll learn how to break down the individual aids (seat, legs and hands) so you can teach your horse the A, B, C’s of your new language. Later, you’ll combine the individual letters of the alphabet together to form words such as “canter depart” or “on the bit”, or “go sideways”.

WHOA AND GO
How Do I Teach My Horse to Go Forward?
Whose Responsibility is it to Maintain the Energy of a Gait?
How Do I Make My Horse Take Responsibility For Maintaining His Own Energy?
How Do I Decide How Strong My Correction Should Be?
What Are the Aids to “Go”?
How Do I Teach My Horse To React To Light Driving Aids?
How Do I Use Each of the Driving Aids?
How Do I Teach My Horse To React To My Driving Seat?
How Do I Teach My Horse To React To My Voice?
What Are the Aids to “Whoa” or Slow Down?
What Do I Do If My Horse Ignores My Light Aid to Slow Down?

USE OF THE AIDS
What Does Each Aid Control?
How Do I Use the Aids to Get a Specific Response?
How Do I Put the Letters Together to Form “Words” or Movements?

THE OUTSIDE REIN
Why Do Riders Forget to Use the Outside Rein?
What Does the Outside Rein Do?
Are There Some Exercises That Will Help Me Learn to Use My Outside Rein?

[$600 value]

 

MODULE 2–THE TRAINING SCALE

There’s a lot of confusion and conflicting information when it comes to horse training. But one thing most horsemen agree on is that the Training Scale is your guideline for training and problem solving.

In this module, you’ll learn about the six ingredients in the training scale as well as how to prioritize those six ingredients so you know what to work on first. (And second and third!)

RHYTHM AND SUPPLENESS
What Is the Training Scale?
What are the Six Ingredients in the Training Scale?
When Would I Adjust My Horse’s Tempo?
What Is Suppleness?
What Parts of My Horse’s Body Need to be Supple and Loose?
How Do I Know if My Horse Is Locked In His Poll?
How Do I Use My Aids to Supple My Horse’s Neck?
What is the Sequence of Aids for Suppling My Horse’s Neck?
How Do I Know if My Horse is Stiff in His Shoulders?
What are Some Exercises to Supple My Horse’s Shoulders?

CONTACT
What Kind of Bit Should I Use?
What Are the 5 Qualities of an Inviting Contact?
What Are the Five Rein Effects?
What is the “Work Area”?

CONNECTION
What is a Half Halt?
What Do I Need to Know About Connecting Half Halts?
What’s the Order of the Aids For a Connecting Half Halt?
How Do I Teach My Horse the Connecting Half Halt?
How Do I Know If My Horse is Honestly on the Bit?
What Should I Do If The Half Halt Isn’t Going through 100%?
How Often Should I Give Connecting Half Halts?
How Do I Keep My Horse on the Bit During Transitions and Movements?
Does the Connecting Half Halt Ever Last More than 3 Seconds?
Is the Connecting Half Halt Ever Shorter Than 3 Seconds?
What Do I Do if My Connecting Half Halt Isn’t Working?

IMPULSION AND STRAIGHTNESS
What Does Impulsion Mean?
Is Impulsion the Same as Going Forward?
When Should I Add Impulsion?
How Do I Go About Adding Impulsion?
What is a Straight Horse?
Is There More Than One “Kind” of Straightness?
What is Axis Straightness?
What is First Position?
How Can I Use First Position to Strengthen My Horse?
What Should I Do If I’m Having Trouble Getting First Position When My Horse’s Hollow Side is on the Inside?

COLLECTION
Why Do I Want to Collect My Horse?
What is Collection?
Why is it a Challenge to Collect a Horse?
How Can I Tell If My Horse is Truly Collected?
When Do I Start Collecting My Horse?
What’s the Difference Between Connection and Collection?
How Do I Collect My Horse?
How Do I Know When My Horse is Ready to Start the Advanced Lateral Exercises?
How do I Teach My Horse Collecting Half Halts?
What Do I Do if My Horse Ignores the Collecting Half Halt?
Have I Collected My Horse if He Takes Shorter Strides?

[$1000 Value]

 

MODULE 3–DEVELOPING LATERAL SUPPLENESS

Your horse needs to be supple both laterally as well as longitudinally. In this module, you’ll learn how to promote lateral suppleness (bend) by riding school figures and turns accurately.

CIRCLES
Why Are Circles Important?
Why Must Circles Be Ridden Accurately?
What Do I Need to Know to Ride an Accurate Circle?
What are the Bending Aids?
How Do I Know Which is the Inside or Outside of My Horse’s Body?
How Do I Mark Off an Arena If I Ride in a Field?
What are the Reference Points for a 20-meter Circle?
What Do I Need to Know About Corners?
How Do I Make My Horse More Ambidextrous?
How Do I Use “Benign Antagonism” to Help My Horse Become More Ambidextrous?
How Do I Make the Hollow Side “Stiffer”?
How Do I Make the Stiff Side “Softer”?

SERPENTINES, LOOPS AND TURNS
How Do I Ride a Serpentine?
How Do I Ride a Shallow Loop?
How Do I Turn On and Off the Centerline or Do Turns Across the School?

[$400 Value]

 

MODULE 4—DEVELOPING LONGITUDINAL SUPPLENESS

Your horse should also be supple longitudinally which means he can smoothly adjust his carriage or outline without interrupting the flow of his movement or balance. Transitions from gait to gait as well as transitions within the gait are two of the best ways to develop longitudinal suppleness.

TRANSITIONS
What is a Transition?
What Are the Aids for Upward Transitions?
What Are the Aids for Downward Transitions?
How Do I Teach My Horse to Respond to the “Stilled” Seat?
What Do I Do If My Horse Doesn’t Listen to My Back and Voice?
How Do I Know If I’m Using My Stilled Seat Correctly?
What Do I Do If My Horse Comes Off the Bit During Transitions?
What Else Do I Need to Know to Do Good Transitions?

LENGTHENINGS
What Is a Working Gait?
When Do I Start Lengthenings?
What Happens During a Lengthening?
What’s the Difference Between a Lengthening and a Medium or Extended Gait?
What Determines Whether or Not My Horse Does a Good Lengthening?
How Do I Create Engagement Before the Lengthening?
What Are the Aids for a Lengthening?
Do I Ask for Lengthenings in the Walk?
How Do I Help My Horse Keep the Same Rhythm and Tempo?
When is the Contact Too Heavy?
Is There Anything Special I Should Do With My Position?
What Are Some Good Images to Have in My Mind?

[$400 Value]

 

MODULE 5—INTRODUCTION TO LATERAL WORK

This module focuses on an introduction to teaching your horse to go sideways starting with the turn on the forehand and leg yielding. These exercises not only teach your horse to be obedient to the leg, but also create many other desirable gymnastic qualities. In the lesson on leg yielding, you’ll learn how to use variations of this exercise for its loosening, stretching, toe-touching benefits.

TURN ON THE FOREHAND
What is Lateral Work?
What are the Pros and Cons of the Turn on the Forehand?
How Do I Start the Turn on the Forehand?
What are the Aids for Turn on the Forehand and Leg Yielding?

LEG YIELDING
What’s the Difference Between Leg Yielding and the Other Lateral Exercises?
What are the Pros and Cons of Leg Yielding?
What are the Patterns and Places in the Arena for Leg Yielding?
If I’m in Rising Trot, Which Diagonal Should I Post On?
What Do I Do If My Horse Doesn’t Move Sideways Willingly?
Why is It So Important For Me to Keep My Horse’s Neck Straight?
What Do I Do If My Horse Loses Activity?
What Do I Do If My Horse Rushes?
Why Is It So Important to Ride to Specific Markers?
Can I Use Leg Yielding to Solve Some Common Problems?

[$400 Value]

 

MODULE 6—ADVANCED LATERAL WORK

As you continue to educate your horse, you’ll start to ask him to go sideways while he bends through his body. As a result of going sideways with bend in shoulder-in, haunches-in, turn on the haunches, and half pass, you’ll be able to collect your horse and shift his center of gravity toward his hind legs.

SHOULDER-IN
How Do the Advanced Lateral Exercises Differ From Leg Yields?
How Many “Tracks” Are There in Lateral Exercises?
What is Shoulder-In?
How Do I Decide Which Gait to Use When I Start Shoulder-In?
What’s the Difference Between First Position, Shoulder-Fore, and Shoulder-In?
How Do I Start Shoulder-In?
How Can I Tell If My Horse is Doing a High Quality Shoulder-in?
What Are the Aids for Shoulder-in?
What’s the Order of the Aids?
What Do I Do If My Horse’s Rhythm or Tempo Changes?
What Do I Do If My Horse Loses the Bend?
How Do I Get More Control over the Angle?
What Should I Do If I Have Trouble Controlling the Shoulders and End Up with a “Head and Neck-in” rather than a Shoulder-in?
Why Am I Tempted to Use an Indirect Inside Rein?
What Should I Do If My Horse’s Shoulders Feel “Glued” to the Rail?
What is Shoulder-Out?

HAUNCHES-IN
What is Haunches-in?
Is Haunches-In More Difficult Than Shoulder-In?
What is the Bend and Angle of Haunches-In?
What’s the Difference Between Haunches-In and a Crooked Horse?
What Are the Aids for Haunches-In?
What Do I Do First?
What Do I Do If My Horse Loses His Rhythm or Tempo?
What Do I Do If My Horse Loses His Bend?
What Do I Do If My Horse Loses the Angle?
What Else Can I Use Haunches-In For?
What is Haunches-Out?

TURN ON THE HAUNCHES
What is a Turn on the Haunches?
What Are the Aids for a Turn on the Haunches?
What is the Sequence of Aids for a Turn on the Haunches?
How Should I Introduce Turn on the Haunches?
How Do I Know If I’ve Lost Bend?
What Do I Do If My Horse Loses His Bend?
What Do I Do If My Horse Loses His Rhythm?
What Do I Do If My Horse Gets Nervous?
What Do I Do If My Horse Loses His Desire to Go Forward?
How Do I Know If I’m Using the Aids Correctly?
How Do I Control the Hind Legs?
What Else Can I Use Turn On the Haunches For?

HALF PASS
What is a Half Pass?
Where Can I Do Half Passes?
What Are the Aids for a Half Pass to the Left?
What is the Sequence of Aids for a Half Pass to the Left?
What Do I Do If My Horse Loses His Bend?
What Do I Do If My Horse Loses Impulsion?
What Do I Do If My Horse’s Tempo Is Either Too Fast or Too Slow?
How Do I Know If I’m Doing a Half Pass With Good Engagement?
What Else Can I Learn From Half Pass?

[$800 Value]

 

MODULE 7—OBEDIENCE AND BALANCE

A horse that is obedient and moves in good balance is a pleasure to ride. This module contains exercises that help promote both of these qualities. Learn the correct aids and some trouble-shooting techniques for exercises from a simple reinback to counter canter to the more advanced flying change.

REINBACK
What Does a Good Reinback Look Like?
What are the Aids for Reinback?
How Do I Start Teaching My Horse to Reinback?
What Should I Do if My Horse Doesn’t Back Up Correctly?

COUNTER CANTER
What is Counter Canter?
What Are the Aids for Counter Canter?
How Do I Introduce Counter Canter?
What Are Some Helpful Hints for Counter Canter?
What are the Most Common Problems in Counter Canter?

FLYING CHANGES
How Do I Prepare My Horse to Do Flying Changes?
What Do You Mean By “Collecting Half Halts”?
When Do I Give the Aids for a Flying Change?
What Are the Aids for a Flying Change?
Where is the Best Place in the Arena to Introduce Flying Changes?
What Do I Do If My Horse Rushes Off or Starts Bucking After the Change?
What Should I Do If My Horse Doesn’t Change Both His Front and Hind Legs?
What If My Horse Doesn’t Change at All?
What Should I Do If My Horse is Tense?
What Are Some Exercises I Can Do To Get Clean Flying Changes?
What If My Horse Changes Late in Front?
What Should I Do If My Horse Does a Clean Change But He Changes a Stride or Two After I Give the Aid?
What Should I Do If My Horse is Crooked in the Flying Change?

[$600 Value]

 

BONUS MODULE 8—IT’S ALL ABOUT YOU!

Even though it’s essential to have a clear-cut, systematic approach to training, you’re as much a part of the Happy Horse equation as your horse is. In this bonus module, you’ll learn how to use music to establish good rhythm and tempo as well as how to do some “off your horse” homework to improve relaxation and confidence.

USING MUSIC FOR RHYTHM AND TEMPO
Use music to develop your internal metronome
Learn the difference between rhythm and tempo
Use music to help you stay relaxed
Use music to energize a lazy horse or relax a tense horse
Use music to keep you focused on riding rather than on potentially “spooky” things
Use music as a creative expression of the relationship between you and your horse
Learn the elements that make up a competitive musical freestyle
How to find music that enhances your horse’s way of going
Pick music that suggests different movements like transitions or medium gaits.
Pick music that suits both you and your horse’s type.
Ride to music to just plain have FUN!

RIDER RELAXATION EXERCISES
How to break the cycle of tension for both horse and rider
Program your subconscious mind while at home to help you ride better
Learn why only “perfect” practice makes perfect
Relax by learning how to breathe diaphragmatically
Visualize “oneness” with your horse
Whistle or sing to help you breathe
Relax through progressive relaxation
Promote relaxation with Autogenics
Learn how to “scan” for tension
Anchoring-Your short cut to relaxation

USING VISUALIZATION AND SELF-TALK
Why willpower won’t help you ride better
Why directing your effort to your subconscious mind “works”
How to ride smarter not harder
How to increase self-confidence
How to change the software in your mental computer
What you need to know about effective visualization
The two things you must know about self-talk
How to avoid sabotaging yourself with the word “not”

[$600 Value]

 

And here’s what you’ll find in the companion Happy Horse Solutions.

  • 12 DVD lessons that give you multiple solutions to every day training problems like developing the 3 gaits, improving bend, suppleness, adjustability, contact, leg yields, connection, the timing of the aids, collection, and flying changes
  • 12 CD lectures that cover the same material in the DVD lessons. These audio lessons reinforce what you’ve learned in the DVDs.
  • 133 page manual with illustrations that summarizes the lessons in a simple format to help you wrap your brain around the techniques.

MODULE 1—THE GAITS

In this module, you’ll learn about the qualities that make up good walk, trot and canter, the differences between the various walks, trots, and canters, and how to fix common problems that come up in each of the gaits.

SCHOOLING THE WALK-42 minutes

  • The different “walks”-Free, collected, medium, and extended walk
  • Preparation for the free walk
  • Teach your horse to chew the reins out of your hands
  • Keep your horse connected during the transition from free walk to medium walk
  • Prevent jigging during the transition from free walk to medium walk
  • Tips to help the lazy horse become more reactive to the leg aids
  • Breathing the legs
  • Leg yield to relax a nervous horse
  • Use your seat to relax a horse who builds tension in the walk
  • Teach your horse to take responsibility for his walk
  • How to improve a lateral walk
  • Keep your horse in front of your leg in a slow walk
  • Maintain elastic contact for a “bigger” walk
  • Use connecting aids as the connective tissue between the different walks

DEVELOPING THE TROT-42 minutes

  • Identify the 3 qualities of a good working trot
  • Learn the aids for the canter depart
  • Practice the canter aids in the walk
  • Carrying the whip in the outside hand for canter work
  • How to prevent rushing in the trot when asking for the canter
  • Use leg yielding with a bend and small circles to help pick up the right lead
  • Engage the outside hind leg for a better depart
  • Put your horse in front of the canter aid
  • How to improve your horse’s balance in the canter
  • What the first canter stride from the walk tells you
  • Unlock stiff hips and elbows to prevent your horse from breaking to the trot
  • Ride in first position or shoulder-fore to straighten a crooked canter
  • Using shoulder-fore during transitions for straightness
  • Use counter flexion to help get control of the shoulders for straightness
  • Identifying which hind leg is on the ground
  • Timing the aid for the canter depart

CANTER TIPS-51 minutes

  • Learn the aids for the canter depart
  • Practice the canter aids in the walk
  • Carrying the whip in the outside hand for canter work
  • How to prevent rushing in the trot when asking for the canter
  • Use leg yielding with a bend and small circles to help pick up the right lead
  • Engage the outside hind leg for a better depart
  • Put your horse in front of the canter aid
  • How to improve your horse’s balance in the canter
  • What the first canter stride from the walk tells you
  • Unlock stiff hips and elbows to prevent your horse from breaking to the trot
  • Ride in first position or shoulder-fore to straighten a crooked canter
  • Using shoulder-fore during transitions for straightness
  • Use counter flexion to help get control of the shoulders for straightness
  • Identifying which hind leg is on the ground
  • Timing the aid for the canter depart

[$600 Value]

 

MODULE 2—DEVELOP A MORE SUPPLE EQUINE ATHLETE

In this module, you’ll learn how to help your horse become more athletic through suppling exercises, bending exercises, rubber band exercises, and modifications of traditional leg yielding.

INCREASING SUPPLENESS-47 minutes

  • How to determine your horse’s stiff and hollow sides
  • Suppling the body
  • Indirect rein
  • Tests of suppleness
  • Counter-suppling
  • Milling
  • Suppling the body on the second track
  • Suppling at the poll joint
  • Why you must NOT saw on your horse’s mouth
  • Suppling at the poll during lateral work

IMPROVING LATERAL BEND-56 minutes

  • Suppling to stretch the hollow side of the body
  • Leg yield with a bend
  • Leg yield with a bend plus suppling
  • Learning the feeling of enlarging a circle in leg yielding
  • Leg yield into corners
  • Halt in corners
  • Using connecting aids as preparation for corners
  • Leg yield on serpentines
  • Circle within the loops of a serpentine
  • Suppling during lateral work
  • Using circles during lateral work

ADJUSTABILITY QUESTIONS-44 minutes

  • How to make the strides longer and shorter
  • How to make the tempo (speed) faster or slower?
  • How to adjust the frame higher or lower
  • Changes of bend
  • Alternate lateral exercises to develop adjustability
  • Blocking off hind leg or shoulder “escape routes”

TIPS FOR BETTER LEG YIELDS-31 minutes

  • How to get more “sideways” angle by teaching your horse to react to the leg that’s behind the girth
  • How to prevent overbending of the neck on the hollow side
  • How to modify “traditional” leg yielding to improve the stiff side.
  • What to do when your horse loses impulsion during the leg yield
  • How to influence the horses shoulders so get the right alignment of the body
  • How to use leg yielding to get downward transitions so you don’t have to pull on the reins
  • Use leg yielding into a lengthening to freshen the trot and check that your horse is “thinking” forward
  • Do downward transitions while leg yielding for increased suppleness

[$800 Value]

 

MODULE 3—CONTACT, CONNECTION, AND COLLECTION

Riding your horse on the bit and in good balance insures that all of the exercises and movements you do with your horse are more beneficial. That is, transitions on the bit create more suppleness than transitions not done on the bit, and leg yields ridden on the bit create better suppleness than leg yields not done on the bit.

Once you can offer your horse an inviting contact and can put him on the bit, you can create even greater gymnastic benefits through timing your aids correctly and collecting your horse.

EXPLORING CONTACT-48 minutes

  • “Attach” the reins to your elbows
  • Learn to adjust the weight of reins
  • Practicing the feeling of an “elastic” contact
  • Using props to develop steadier hands
  • Keep your hands in the “work area”
  • Help your horse take an even contact with both reins
  • Uberstreichen-Testing the connection on the hollow side
  • What to do when stiff and hollow sides change during training

TIPS FOR AN HONEST CONNECTION-40 minutes

  • Identifying the shape of being “behind the bit”
  • Help for the horse that comes behind the bit
  • Creating the mental link between connecting aids and going toward the hand with an open throatlatch
  • Learn about the parallelogram of your horse’s body
  • Teach your horse to go “forward through his body”
  • 3 types of “forward”
  • Suppling aids followed by connecting aids
  • Counter suppling followed up by connecting aids
  • When to give shorter connecting aids
  • Ask your horse to be supple on an inside rein and connected to the outside rein
  • What the length of the outside of your horse’s neck tells you
  • Leg yield on a figure 8 to teach your horse to step through your outside hand

THE TIMING OF THE AIDS-42 minutes

  • Why it’s important to know when a hind leg is on the ground
  • How to feel the hind legs through your seat
  • How to feel the hind legs with your legs
  • Timing of the aids for increased engagement
  • Preparatory half halts for transitions
  • Timing the aids for downward transitions
  • Timing the aids for upward transitions
  • Timing half halts for Collection
  • How to know if your “engaging” half halts are effective
  • Learn to count the rhythm of the canter before the flying change
  • Timing of the Aids for flying changes

INCREASING COLLECTION-34 minutes

  • 3 things to look for to recognize true collection
  • Review of 4 categories of exercises to collect your horse
  • Using your core to maintain collection
  • Test your horse’s collection-Uberstreichen
  • Combination exercises in trot and canter for greater collection
  • Common escape routes from collection
  • Using reinback to help with canter collection
  • Using walk pirouettes to improve canter collection
  • Use the whip to increase collection
  • Half Halts for more collection

[$800 Value]

 

BONUS MODULE 4—FLYING CHANGES

This bonus lesson on flying changes gives you all the problem solving information you need to know to teach your horse how to do clean flying changes.

HELP WITH FLYING CHANGES-22 minutes

  • Review of prerequisites for flying changes
  • What to do about flying changes that are late in front
  • How to use the horse’s tendency to “anticipate” to help with flying changes
  • Increase collection to fix changes that are late behind
  • Leg Yielding as a “throughness” exercise for clean flying changes
  • Using the whip to activate the hind leg
  • Get clean changes with “combination exercises”
  • Collecting after a flying change
  • Tempi Changes
  • Using a pole on the ground to help with flying changes

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Enjoy this sample from the Solutions course on how to supple your horse through
his body to create looseness and relaxation.