Horse Geeks Blog
Simple lessons or info to share about horses, riding and samples of what I teach.
The solution to horse behavior problems, often lies in introducing the opposite problem; one uncharacteristic for the horse
I know I am not alone in my struggle to override the â€œIâ€™m too oldâ€ bomb because I hear those very words come out of my students regularly. If it is not in reference to themselves, then it is in reference to their 10, 12, 15 or 19 year old horses as we begin the rehab process.
Instead of going over my version of Gavinâ€™s clinic, I thought you might enjoy some direct quotes. I taped as much as I could from Gavin’s lecture in Kentucky, October 2009.
Horse Geek Lessons
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Hear from Horse Geeks
A log of student stories, shared from their perspective.
George - Baltimore, MD HOW ABOUT THE RODEO. . .? Posh arrived in Monkton, MD on a chilly November night in 2008. She was shipped from a warm Ocala horse farm directly to a renowned breaking and training barn. A six year old warmblood mare, green and hot but with a...
The story below came from one of my students, Laurie. Laurie has done such a great job with Annie, a rescue horse, that I asked her to write about her experience. I think she did a tremendous job and I hope you enjoy Annie’s story as much as I did through Laurie’s eyes. – Kirsten
Our lesson was really awesome! the body awareness you taught me seems to be what Blaze and I needed to progress.
Horse Geek Hacks
Quick videos with tips related to horse handling, care, grooming and first aid – and any other useful bits of information related to horses. I share how I do things around my barn.
Horse Geeks Podcast
Regular interviews, discussions or presentations where we look at research, books and various theories related to horses and horse training.
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