Horse Geeks Blog

Simple lessons or info to share about horses, riding and samples of what I teach.

Basic Balance For Horses

Basic Balance For Horses

“Don't move the way fear makes you move” - Rumi Basic Balance for The Body in Motion  The Structure–Function Principle is the basis of Biomechanics and Functional Anatomy research. The theory behind these studies is that every single structure of a body, all hard and...

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Learning To Speak “Horse”

Learning To Speak “Horse”

“Horses don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care” - Ray Hunt   Learning to Speak in our Horse’s Language  The two segments regarding essential communication with our horse are making sure that we are not still perceived as a predator by our horse...

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Horse Geek Lessons

These are actual remote lessons where the student has given permission to post the lesson publicly so that many horse owners can benefit.

Horse Geeks Classroom

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A log of student stories, shared from their perspective.

Applies to dogs?

Applies to dogs?

I have a cold so I haven't been able to ride much this last week. I was going to read so I got Ajax (my sister's German Shepard that is staying with us for a bit) to put him on the treadmill while I sat next to him and read from my Kindle (I love that Kindle). Ajax...

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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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