Do you recognize and accept feelings and emotions in riding and training your horse? How do you handle them? Or do you just ignore them because you have no idea what to do? Traditional training didn’t teach you, did it?
There are many things you can do to improve the relationship with your horse. Even if you already have a great relationship you can still implement these. 1. Listen to Your Horse Stop labeling your horse and start describing his behaviour. If you use labels you give away your power to listen. If you haveRead more about 5 Tips to Improve the Bond with Your Horse[…]
Personally I think trust is one of the most important values in a horse-human relationship. Without a foundation of trust you don’t have much to built a good relationship on. It’s easier to love someone you trust, than someone you don’t. That ‘someone’ can be a human as well as an animal. If you trustRead more about Important values in the horse-human relationship: Trust[…]
We all like to hold on to our beliefs and our familiair training aids. I know I do, even when I already know I never will use it. Here are some ways to drop your crop.
Holding on to your riding crop (carrot stick, training stick or lunge whip) gives us a feeling of safety and empowerment. We need our crop, just in case…
But what if you don’t have a crop anymore. What would happen? Would you die? Yes, it can feel that way, but you (probably) won’t. Read more about How to drop the crop …
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