May 25, 2022
Have you developed the skill of evaluating your rides?
The skill of evaluating yourself is highly valuable. It improves your ability to be fully present during your ride, it makes you more coachable when you receive instruction, and you get results faster.
If all this is true…why do people resist evaluating...
May 18, 2022
A listener asks a question about changing her horse's pushy,
fidgety behavior on the ground. She asks, “How can I deconstruct a
behavior or a reaction and rebuild a more favorable behavior?”
This podcast discusses the difference between training (or retraining) and deconstructing or rebuilding. During training or...
May 11, 2022
A listener asks how to correct her mouthy horse and how to keep
mouthiness or biting from happening in the first place. In this
podcast, I explain why biting happens, the most common problem I
see people making, and I give actionable instructions on how
to be more engaging, interesting and clear.
Learning how to...
May 4, 2022
A listener asks how she can sit the lope or canter without
popping out of the saddle. She says, “I seem to pop out of the
saddle quite a bit…Some people ride so quiet in a saddle, others
seem to come up out of the saddle as their horse moves. I can't
seem to sit to him as much as I try.”
In answering the question...