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Lose the Narrative to Propel Your Horse Training Results

Lose the Narrative to Propel Your Horse Training Results

We've all caught ourselves doing it... making excuses for ourselves or our horses. Voicing a limiting belief that keeps us from pushing that extra mile to make results happen. Any of these sound familiar?
  • Sara Johnson
Bringing a Horse Back Into Shape After Time Off

Bringing a Horse Back Into Shape After Time Off

Work, family, injuries, busy schedules, travel, daylight - all can be reasons our horses get a planned or unplanned time off from riding. When its time to step back in the saddle, some care and good plan will help prevent injury or training misunderstandings.Ā 
  • Sara Johnson
Slowing down a horse that rushes when being led

Slowing down a horse that rushes when being led

Ahhh... finally, you pull back the stall door or the paddock gate for some quality horse time after a hectic day. This will be some relaxing time together you think....until your horse starts rushing past you and your tranquil vision is suddenly interrupted by a lack of harmony. Ugh.... A horse that gets rushy on the ground is a fixable habit that you can overcome with some patience and the right tools.
  • Sara Johnson