WHAT DOESN’T KILL YOU… Sit back, a rambling post on its way! Our recent office move threw up some blasts from the past, including this photo of me competing in the Tumut Rodeo when I was about 18 years old (rodeo aficionados, apologies for my lack of style!), about three years after I had been …
When we are riding, it’s very useful to think about the biomechanics of the horse. How your horse moves within each gait affects how the rider needs to move in order to be in unison, and to ensure a comfortable ride for both you and the horse. In this video, I am working with Vanessa …
Do you find yourself looking down? This quick video tip shows how a positive attitude can change the effect you have on your horse.
Kids are like horses – keep them busy and go with them!
Do you say / think “You Naughty Horse” when your horse does something wrong? The foundation of good ground handling relies on attitude.
I use four riding positions and find that they see me through all situations and scenarios when riding.
A little thought can go a long way, especially with horses! Watch out for your riding companions and help them avoid problems.
Changing your perspective on a tricky situation with your horse can work wonders in helping you overcome the problem.
Taking your horse into an open space for the first time can be a daunting experience; use your imagination for a constructive one.
Yes, I know I look silly but take a look at this quick video of me on ‘Woody’ and how riding chairs can help you with your position.