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Self Confidence as a Survival Skill

Self Confidence as a Survival Skill

I've started working with my Thoroughbred for the 2021 RRP makeover, Senor Louie. He retired at age 12 with 104 starts. He's a solid warhorse but was lacking self-confidence.  His biggest challenge has been being herd bound. Calling, not able to stand still,...

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The Best Gifts for Equestrians and Horse Crazy Friends

The Best Gifts for Equestrians and Horse Crazy Friends

Do you have a horse crazy friend or partner and want to find them the perfect gift? Look no further, we’ve compiled a list of the best gifts for equestrians from cowgirls to dressage queens there is something to make everyone happy.  I connected with some of...

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Mustang vs Thoroughbred Makeover

Mustang vs Thoroughbred Makeover

A Mustang vs Thoroughbred Makeover This week I hope to be getting my 2nd mustang for the Georgia TIP mustang training challenge (I will compete Sept 14/15 in Georgia). Since I am crazy pregnant with only about 4 weeks to go, some of my friends are arranging to pick up...

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Building Confidence – Part 2 Creating the Yes Response

Building Confidence – Part 2 Creating the Yes Response

Building a Horse’s confidence is often a popular topic – it makes total sense. Wouldn’t it be nice if your horse didn’t spook at the plastic bag blowing across the ground, the bird that flew out of the bush behind you, or the infamous corner of the...

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Building Confidence – Part 1, Going Green

Building Confidence – Part 1, Going Green

Confidence can be a tricky thing for both you and your horse. It can take a long time to develop, but so easy for it to disappear in the blink of an eye. But why is confidence so hard to achieve? And when we have a knock to our confidence how can we overcome it? The...

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