Monthly Archives: January 2015
You’ve got to accentuate the positive Eliminate the negative Johnny Mercer That advice may be very sound for living your life – but it’s not so valid when it comes to horse training.
In this day and age … rules have been established which permit riders desirous of studying equitation in depth, to be judged in competition. Some of these riders, but it is rare, attain the level of true Art, while others, … Continue reading
For some time now, I have been peeling away the physical and mental defects that resulted from Tally’s ill-fated time at a trainer in 2013. With each layer removed, I encounter previously masked new issues. Since we are only just … Continue reading
Equestrian art is the perfect understanding between the rider and his horse. This harmony allows the horse to work without any contraction in his joints or in his muscles, permitting him to carry out all movements with mental and physical … Continue reading