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Establishing Respect and Control for English and Western Riders

By Clinton Anderson with Ami Hendrickson For anyone who has ever wished for Clinton’s training program in book form, this best-selling hardcover presents his results-oriented method in a step-by-step format that is easy to follow at home. Packed with beautiful … Continue reading

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Piaffe and Passage at Liberty

Rumba the Wonder Horse performing the Grand Prix Dressage movements Piaffe and Passage at Liberty. (No ropes or reins attatched). Georgia Bruce trained Rumba using a combination of Clicker Training, Natural Horsemanship and Classical Dressage Training Techniques. Georgia has studied … Continue reading

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How horses learn – article by Tony Lander

Horses learn by … by Tony Lander – August 2007 Many people will have heard or understand the following 4 points about horses:- 1.  Horses are sceptical, claustrophobic and cowards by nature. 2.  Horses are inquisitive, curious and playful by … Continue reading

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An attitude of gratitude – article by Georgia Bruce

“Look for the best in the horse, then help that best come out into its fullest expression”. It seems to be true in life that we get what we focus on. Unfortunately many people get very negative when training their … Continue reading

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One Step Horsemanship: A Sensible Approach to Horse Handling – article by David Hayes

By David Hayes, DVM – courtesy of American Association of Equine Practitioners Man has utilized horses throughout history. Horses have served as a source of food, as a beast of burden, as a war machine, a tiller of land and … Continue reading

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Aggressive at feed time? – article by Georgia Bruce

Aggressive at feed time? – Solutions for training your young horse. Does your sweet, friendly, quiet horse turn into an aggressive monster at feed time? Does your horse lay his ears back at you, lunge at you and try to … Continue reading

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