Apprenticeship

In this era of learning everything by YouTube video or Facebook posts, people seem to rarely have the patience to spend time learning anything in depth.  I have read many an article that says we no longer need experts because we have so much knowledge at our finger tips.  I hope those authors never need … More Apprenticeship

Be eclectic!

The barn I spent so many years riding and teaching in was nothing much to look at.  It was your typical dusty pole barn, so common in the Western U.S.  Built by cowboys for year round roping practice (there was still a holding pen and remnants of a shoot attached to the indoor), it was … More Be eclectic!

Two Days In Tucson

I recently had the pleasure of spending two hot days in Tucson, Arizona, filling my brain with some favorite subjects: horses, Classical Dressage and biomechanics.  I was attending “Art Meets Science: The Biomechanics of Classical Dressage.”  The presenters were Charles de Kunffy and Dr. Gerd Heuschmann. For those not acquainted with Charles, he is one of … More Two Days In Tucson