Cyril Pittion Rossillon - Quarter Horses In Dressage

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

Lynn Palm and Cyril Pittion-Rossillon of Palm Equestrian Academy introduce the very first steps to practicing the sport of dressage. The size and geometry of the arena, gaits and tests sheets are advantageous for beginners and competitors alike. Demonstrating with the beloved American Quarter horse, you will see why and how dressage is beneficial for all horses


Because of the horse our lives have been enriched with traveling the world while meeting wonderful people who share joy in the unique bond we all have with these magical animals.

For more than 40 years Lynn Palm and Cyril Pittion-Rossillon have provided training for thousands of horses and riders with their dressage principles based teaching methods. With clinics across the US and abroad, the duo also welcome riders to their multi-discipline facility, Fox Grove Farm in Ocala, Florida.   

 Palm Equestrian Academy invite english, western and dressage riders to soak in the splendor of Fox Grove Farm while...

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Lindsey Patridge - Positive Reinforcement: Using Rewards Effectively Without Creating A Cookie Monster

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

Using cookies and positive reinforcement has scientific evidence that shows it is a more effective and faster way of training horses, yet a lot of people don't fully understand how to use positive reinforcement. In this video we go over what positive reinforcement is and how to start using it effectively with your horse.


Because of the horse I learnt their language

Lindsey Partridge is a 3 time discipline champion at the Retired Racehorse Project Thoroughbred Makeover, Legends Champion of the 2019 Midwest Fair Mustang Makeover, Founder of Harmony Horsemanship, Level 2 Centered Riding Instructor, Equine Canada English and Western Competition Coach, Horse Trainer for feature films, Freestyle Judge, 2018 Versatility Challenge Reserve Champion at Equine Affaire, and 2018 Pro Extreme Cowboy Regional Reserve Champion, Toronto Star nicknamed "Canada's Horse Whisperer," best known for her extreme bridleless performances with her off the track Thoroughbred Trivia Time and the massive blue...

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Katrin Silva - Contact: What It Is, What It Isn’t, Why We Need It, How to Get It.

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

This presentation talks about why we should ride a horse with light rein contact, as opposed to always on a loose rein. I show that contact has nothing to do with pulling the horse’s nose to his chest, or making a horse heavy in the bridle. The opposite is true: teaching a horse about the right kind of contact helps him be the most balanced, most athletic, and ultimately happiest version of himself


Because of the horse I have learned to slow down, to listen, to breathe. Because of the horse, I have learned to live with a quiet sense of purpose. I owe the horses in my life more than I can ever repay.

Katrin Silva grew up in Germany, where she learned to ride dressage. At age 19, she moved to the Southwestern US and apprenticed with a couple of western trainers before starting her own business. Today, Katrin feels equally at home in both types of saddle. Though her training is dressage-based, she focuses on finding common ground between different riding traditions. She has...

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Lindsey Patridge - The 4 Reasons Why A Horse Says No & How To Overcome Them

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

Understanding why a horse says no is crucial to knowing how you need to react. No longer is the training concept that you should just add more pressure to get what you want, instead there are different ways to react depending on why your horse is saying no. Going beyond the training philosophy of simply adding more pressure is so important for the horse's safety, the human's safety, and having the most effective training strategy.

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Patrick King - The Anatomy of Collection

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

What is true collection and is it important for every horse? Join Patrick in this lecture on what collection is, how it is developed, and why it matters for every rider.


In 18 years of teaching clinics around the world and starting over 3,000 young horses, Patrick has refined the in hand work he teaches to a simple progression of exercises.

Patrick has a unique breadth of experience, riding in varied disciplines, and studying with many other master horsemen, including Ray Hunt, Mark Russell, and Master Luis Valenca. He specializes in teaching the principles of classical dressage to riders from ALL disciplines.

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West Taylor - Science 101 part 1 of 2

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

 

In this video, West will explain the four major brain neurochemicals of Dopamine, Serotonin, Adrenaline, and Cortisol that are effected in training and handling horses. 

This video is a great demonstration of just how these neurochemicals can be used naturally to calm and handle horses of all breeds.

West also explains the role of the Reticular Activating System within the horse’s brain and how the RAS responds to Sight, Sound and Touch during training and handling sessions.

Having a knowledge base of these basic brain neurochemicals and their related functions within the horse’s nervous system will greatly increase your ability to train and problem solve horse and human issues.


Because of the Horse I know the answer to the question "Who am I, What am I and Why am I here"

West & Kami live on the Wild West Mustang ranch in a lush green valley at the base of Thousand Lake Mountain, located in the Fishlake National forest. West spent each summer of his...

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West Taylor - Science 101 part 2 of 2

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

 

In this video, West will explain the four major brain neurochemicals of Dopamine, Serotonin, Adrenaline, and Cortisol that are effected in training and handling horses. 

This video is a great demonstration of just how these neurochemicals can be used naturally to calm and handle horses of all breeds.

West also explains the role of the Reticular Activating System within the horse’s brain and how the RAS responds to Sight, Sound and Touch during training and handling sessions.

Having a knowledge base of these basic brain neurochemicals and their related functions within the horse’s nervous system will greatly increase your ability to train and problem solve horse and human issues.


Because of the Horse I know the answer to the question "Who am I, What am I and Why am I here"

West & Kami live on the Wild West Mustang ranch in a lush green valley at the base of Thousand Lake Mountain, located in the Fishlake National forest. West spent each summer of his...

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Alice Trindle - Relaxed and Supple- Exercises For In The Saddle

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

We spend considerable time and energy on preparing our horse mentally to ride; making sure he is attentive and has a good attitude. Sometimes we might not spend enough time preparing our horse physically for that same ride. In a previous segment, Alice Trindle demonstrated how you can prepare your horse to be ridden with exercises that supple and relax your horse. In this segment, she takes those concepts into the saddle and shows you how you can prepare your horse to be physically ready to ride.


Alice Trindle pursues horsemanship that is a bit on the eclectic side. Born into an Eastern Oregon ranching family, her roots are in the traditions of developing a good working ranch horse. However, as the desire to study horsemanship became a passion, she has recognized the necessity of building a relationship with the horse through feel, timing, and balance that comes from an understanding of bio-mechanics. These principles are those of our Oregon horsemen such Tom and Bill Dorrance, and...

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Alice Trindle - Canter Transitions

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

Riding balanced and calm transitions up to the canter can be a challenge for many riders. Alice demonstrates on a young and energetic horse, ways to help a horse be prepared to make good transitions. This is not a drill for transitions but a way to feel of your horse and help him through the transition.


Alice Trindle pursues horsemanship that is a bit on the eclectic side. Born into an Eastern Oregon ranching family, her roots are in the traditions of developing a good working ranch horse. However, as the desire to study horsemanship became a passion, she has recognized the necessity of building a relationship with the horse through feel, timing, and balance that comes from an understanding of bio-mechanics. These principles are those of our Oregon horsemen such Tom and Bill Dorrance, and Dan Warnock, Sr. As Alice has discovered, they are also the principles of Classical Dressage masters such as Nuno Olivera and Bettina Drummond. 

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Jim Hicks - Reschooling A Troubled Horse

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

Sometimes a horse can get quite a way along but still have some missing pieces in their foundation. In this segment, Jim Hicks rides such a horse and though the troubled spots are not immediately apparent at the beginning of the ride when they do present themselves you can see how Jim addresses them. A great way to get some ideas on checking out any horse’s foundation and presenting strategies on how to approach a horse that needs some re-schooling.


Because of the horse, I'm a better human.

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