Aug 30, 2023
It is remarkable how well horses can learn to read a rider's seat cues.
In this podcast, I explain how I use my seat cues to communicate with my horses, including how these seat cues can naturally develop.
A seat can:
Aug 23, 2023
If you’ve been listening to the podcast for a while, you have probably heard me say, “Your horse is asking you questions.”
Sometimes people will reply, “My horse isn’t asking questions…he is making statements!”
In this episode, I explain how horses develop limiting beliefs, what useful beliefs are, and how...
Aug 16, 2023
The questions you ask will impact the information you gather and your entire riding experience.
Often times, the question “Am I doing this right” Or “Is this correct?” is a lightly veiled, “Is this wrong?” or “This is probably wrong…” or some variation.
You’ll know by the way it feels in your...
Aug 9, 2023
One goal when riding is an increasing consistency in your
horses' response to your cues.
This will only be possible when YOU are consistent with the application of, and release of, the cue.
The quickest, most reliable way to develop this is by keeping things simple and repeating them: riding a pattern.
Aug 2, 2023
Have you ever wondered, but how do I get him to do it for
Maybe you want your horse to keep loping until you tell him to stop.
Maybe you want him to stand until you ask him to go.
Maybe you show in western dressage, and your horse keeps popping his head up during the free walk…and you want him to keep it...