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Lindsey Partridge is dedicated to life-long learning and helping others connect with their horses.

She is an accomplished student, trainer, and competitor. She has been called ‘Canada’s Horse Whisperer’ by the Toronto Star and ‘The Queen of Thoroughbreds’ by The Rider. She is a Horse Human Relationship Expert.

Owner of Partridge Horse Hill, founder of Harmony Horsemanship™, President of Natural Horsemanship Association, and a Registered Nurse, Lindsey has been a Horse Wrangler for feature films, a champion at the 2015 and 2016 International Thoroughbred Makeovers, and won many awards and titles for Extreme Cowboy Racing, Jumpers, and Horse Training.

Author of Natural Horsemanship Answering the What, Why, and How for ALL Disciplines.

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To Scrape or Not To Scrape

To Scrape or Not To Scrape

Cooling your horse down after a workout is extremely important. This is especially important for those experiencing summertime temperatures right now and needing to cool down their horses. There is a lot of common things that people are doing, and a new research study just launched some results that have got some shocking information to share..

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To Wrap or Not to Wrap

To Wrap or Not to Wrap

Its normal for most of us to put boots or wraps on our horse when working them as protection. But what if boots and wraps could cause more damage than good? We are going to look at the different types of horse boots, and if they are worth putting on your horse’s legs. There was a study done at the virtual Equine Symposium 2021, and…

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Mental Games of Horses, Be in the Now

Mental Games of Horses, Be in the Now

Today, we are going to talk about the mental game of riding horses and competing with horses because it is such a huge part of the equation, and not always do we give it enough focus. It is always, what is my horse doing and how can I help my horse and what is the horse training part. But what about the human mental part of what is going on.

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4 Reasons a Horse Says No

4 Reasons a Horse Says No

I’ll never forget the day my horse refused that barrel jump. I was 13 yrs old and my parents gifted me my first horse. A bay Quarter Horse gelding named Mission. He was a total dream. Mission and I did everything together - jumping, pleasure, trail, and even barrel...

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Lindsey has experience and champion titles in many disciplines and training competitions. She also has a number of certifications and a bachelors degree.

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