Disengagement

Disengagement

The term disengagement means the horse no longer has a source of power from its hindquarters. Defined by Webster it means, the process or action in which something or somebody is released from a physical or mental attachment. In riding, disengagement means that the...
Horsemanship is an Art and a Science

Horsemanship is an Art and a Science

Horsemanship is both an art and a science. Whether you are new to horses or have been working with horses for years, a fresh perspective on the emotional, mental, and physical nature of the horse will only enhance what you currently have going. Shifting your focus for...
Solving Horse Problems

Solving Horse Problems

No matter how proficient we become with horses, all horse owners share one thing in common: problems. Working out a relationship between a prey animal (horse) and a predator (human) is inherently challenging. Even when things are going reasonably well, dealing with a...

Classical Horse Training

What is Classical Horse Training? Classical horse training is not limited to dressage, it encompasses all Western and English riding disciplines. Classical actually refers to the Greek and Roman era, not the Baroque period.  The seeds of classical horse training can...
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