Ariana Sakaris - Bonus: Teaching Your Horse How To Lower Their Head & Neck Without Using a Whip

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

Learn how to teach your horse how to lower their head and neck by using your hands placed on the horse’s halter and neck (this method is without the use of a whip).

Some of the benefits of this exercise include:

    • Being able to manually feel your horse’s body, and work in a more precise manner through that tactile feel
    • Using this exercise to help your horse lower their head and neck down for the haltering or bridling process

Because of the Horse I have learned how to speak and connect to people’s hearts, instead of just their minds. I have learned how to see people for who they are at their core, not what they look like on the outside, with the clothes they wear or the way their body looks. I’ve learned how to look behind the curtain and see each person’s strengths, and see the value and beauty they bring to the world. But most of all, none of this would be possible without first seeing it in myself. And I am forever grateful to the horse, for...

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Radek Libal - What to do when your Horse is Scared

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

The way you react when your horse gets scared decides about whether he is going to be more or less likely to get scared again in the future. This video will show you how to give your horse and yourself more confidence. You will learn how to react and calm your horse down once he gets scared. React correctly every time your horse gets scared and you will end up with a super confident horse.


Because of the horse you can discover who you truly are.

I was fascinated by horses since the first moment I have first seen one. I don't remember how old I was, but I knew I have to get involved with them. At first the closest I could get to "riding on a horse" was going on a kids carousel in a park in the center of Prague. My grandmother used to take me there. To me the horses there felt almost real because they were a lot bigger than me. Soon I started dreaming about riding on real horses. I was able to start riding on real horses when I got 12 years old. When I was 16 I started competing....

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Angelo Telatin - Solving Jumping Problems by Understanding How Horses Learn

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

Discover how quickly horses learn and how problems are accidentally created by many riders (plus how to solve them)


Dr Angelo Telatin is a PhD in Equine Behavior as well as a Professor of Equine Science at Delaware Valley University and an experienced showjump rider, trainer, and coach.

Angelo has brought many young horses from their first jump to successful competitions and has also developed a specialty in retraining jumpers that are “burnt out” and now known for refusals or worse.

His success comes from a slow and systematic approach, teaching the horses one new skill at a time and moving forward when they are showing the necessary skill level and confidence to do so. 

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Lynn Palm - For The Love Of Horses

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

We all love spending time with our horses. Why not teach them a few tricks during your time together? Lynn will walk you through the steps of teaching a few of the most popular tricks.


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 learning correct horsemanship in a safe and fun environment. Whether visiting for an afternoon or creating a three month equestrian vacation, riders will...

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Ariana Sakaris - Synchronization into the Halt

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

 

Learn how to teach your horse how to synchronize with you into the halt. In the most basic terms, this means teaching your horse how to stop their feet when you stop your feet. Some of the benefits of this exercise include:

    • -Improving the respect between you and your horse
    • Helping your horse start to focus on you more, by watching your movements in preparation for when you stop your feet
    • Helping your horse start to relax more, as they understand they are safely under your guidance and influence
    • Being able to practice communicating in a clear and effective manner with your aids, and then dissolving your aids and relaxing from within yourself to reward your horse

 


Because of the Horse I have learned how to speak and connect to people’s hearts, instead of just their minds. I have learned how to see people for who they are at their core, not what they look like on the outside, with the clothes they wear or the way their body looks. I’ve learned how...

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Lynn Palm - Train Outside the Box

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

Lynn trained her first Word Champion, Lecanto Raider, on the trails. Riding outside the arena where for pleasure or competition is a great way to bond with your horse, concentrate on your position as a rider and develop the communication with your natural aids. The change in scenery and terrain is always a good challenge for both you and your horse as well.


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...

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Jason Irwin - Episode 2 : Teach Your Horse To Lower Its Head

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

 

Zig Zags for Leading 

Yield The Haunches

This episode starts with teaching a horse to lower its head. This not only helps a horse become easier to halter and bridle but it’s also a good way to encourage your horse to relax. 

The next exercise we call ‘Zig-zags for Leading’. This shows how to mix-up your leading to keep your horse’s focus on you. 

The final exercise shows how to yield your horse’s haunches. This is one of the most important exercises as yielding the haunches is what can make the difference between being able to keep your horse under control or not when they want to spook or bolt.


Because of the horse I have a lifelong goal – to work every day at becoming a better horseman.

Because of the horse I have been able to go to some really interesting places and meet some great people.

 

Jason along with his wife Bronwyn operate Jason & Bronwyn Irwin Horsemanship. They are based out of Ontario, Canada....

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Dennis Cappel - Essential Groundwork

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

This is groundwork with a purpose.  You will gain confidence, improve your safety. It will raise trust and respect in your horse.   Learn the value of using a "Clear Mental Picture" to establish timing and feel for that special connection between you and your horse.


Because of the horse I see the world in pictures and they have taught me to utilize a Clear Mental Picture in everything I do, including communicating with them. 

 

Dennis Cappel is an accomplished Trainer, Farrier, and Author with extensive experience in Extreme Mustang Makeovers. He was a 2017 EMM Top 10 Finisher in Fort Worth Texas, 2016 EMM Reserve Champion in Sedalia Missouri, and 2015 EMM Champion in St Louis. He also holds numerous titles in Colt Starting and Ranch Horse competition. Dennis' specialty is helping students to achieve their desired results by creating a pure connection between rider and horse through the use of a Clear Mental Picture. For more information, reach out to...

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Jack Curtis-Prepare to Position- Forward Thinking Transitions

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

Because of the horse… I met my wife who amazes me every day. Because of the horse, we have a family and together we ride. Because of the horse, I will always look for a better way.

 

Jack Curtis founder of the Art Of The Horseman, combines the best of quality horsemanship, classical dressage, and centered riding principles, to advance horses and their partners to new heights. 

Growing up in southeast WI, he was starting horses under saddle for local breeders by the age of 14. He was known as the local horse whisperer, and had articles in the newspaper about him as the “Horse Listener” at a very young age. He has worked with a variety of breeds, hot bloods, cold bloods and everything in between. He has shown Jumpers, Dressage, and worked on a cattle ranch.  Through this work, he gained an appreciation for the different disciplines, and each horses individuality and uniqueness.

For the last 23 years Jack has given lessons, clinics and...

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Jim Hicks - Lateral Groundwork

Uncategorized May 19, 2020

This segment stems from Jim being asked in clinics how to help a horse begin to learn lateral movement from the ground. He demonstrates how you can develop the feel of and for your horse when asking him to move laterally. You will truly appreciate just how light your horse can be when you can find the balance between the front quarters, the hindquarters and the nose. While not everyone has access to, or experience with, long-lining, these additions to your groundwork are easy to incorporate.


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

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