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Build Your Horse’s Topline

byht-img01Is your horse a 900-pound weakling? You can transform him into a strong athlete with a beautiful topline starting right now!

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Choose Your Own Riding Adventure

Moshi_issue61This program allows you to custom design each ride depending on what you want to practice.

Think of it as a Chinese restaurant menu. Look at all the options and then perhaps pick one item from Column A, two items from Column B, 1 item from Column C, and 3 items from Column D.

Then you can download the individual mp3 files so you can create your own playlist or CD. All you have to do is simply mix and match the short “lessons” to design a customized schooling session on your iPod or CD giving you exactly what you want on any given day. And you can rearrange the order of the mini-lessons as many times as you like for fun and variety.

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Step-by-Step Dressage: Shining a Light on Learning

aot-img01Step-by-Step Dressage is not only an easy to follow guide all by itself, but it’s also the perfect complement to the Happy Horse program because you get to watch horses and riders dealing with common training problems in “real-time”.

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Program Your Position

PYPDVD_1We’ll show you how to reprogram the software in your mental computer so you can correct your position quickly and easily.

As you might know, Ruth Hogan-Poulsen and I have produced a lot of educational products over the years.

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Happy Horse Guide + Solutions

happy-horseThree time olympic coach, Jane Savoie, puts and 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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Freedom From Fear

101_tipsHow to finally cope with the terror of being out of control, falling off, or even breaking your neck when you hit the ground – in just a few minutes a day…

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The Confident Competitor

confidentcompetitorThe Confident Competitor program addresses both the sports psychology and riding issues that amateurs and professionals struggle with when competing.

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