c.) Clinic #3: What Do You See?
Can you see the change that comes before the change that comes before what you want to reinforce?
What are you looking for? What do you do with those small details? How do you expand them into more complex behaviors?
And central to our work with horses, how do you build them into good balance? What does good balance even look like and why does it matter?
That's what we'll be exploring in Course #3: What Do You See?
d.) Clinic #4: Rope Handling
This is a skill building course.
We put halters and leads on horses. We ride horses. We want them to respond to tactile cues. Learn how to turn the lead into a communication tool your horse trusts.
f.) Clinic #6: Connecting the Dots
Connect targeting and the other foundation lessons to riding by introducing lateral work: what it is, why you want to teach it to your horse, and how you can “pop it out” of some deceptively simple lessons.
g.) Clinic # 7: The T'ai Chi Walk and Lateral Work
The old masters would say: prepare, prepare and let it happen. Through the previous courses you’ve been preparing your horse for lateral work. Now it’s time to use some deceptively simple lessons to have them “pop out”.