You Can’t Train Pain

You Can’t Train Pain

Often, when a horse reacts when you are training on them in the form of bucking, rearing, refusing to go forward, etc., our first reaction is to think the horse has a lousy attitude. But what if the response is associated with pain that has gone undetected? It is...
Buy The Horse, Not The X-rays

Buy The Horse, Not The X-rays

Are you buying the horse, or are you buying the x-rays? And are you potentially passing up the horse of your dreams?  Noelle Floyd published a story about a horse named Asih, who competed in the 2012 Olympic Games in London, Burghley to Badminton and many more....
Healthy Boundaries

Healthy Boundaries

  The number one component of a great partnership with your horse is having healthy boundaries. This is especially true when training young horses. We set boundaries to find our place in the hierarchy and keep ourselves and our horse safe. This doesn’t mean that...