Monthly Archives: March 2009

Lesson #12 – anxiety

I’ve taken to calling the place where my seat is correct, the Sweet Spot. It is going to be terribly hard to explain it all to you readers because of several reasons… Continue reading

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Horse Masters and Fur Baby Mommies

Another discussion between hubby and I was about the type of people who get involved with their horses and why they have training problems… Continue reading

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Little Girl’s training update

Though I don’t have documentation like I wanted, just a summary of how she did and what we worked on… Continue reading

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Learning Curves

I’ve had several interesting discussions with hubby and my teacher Molly, that I have been wanting to transcribe here into some sort of essay. A recent one was about teaching the intermediate rider. It’s my opinion that the beginner and … Continue reading

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Lesson #11 – switching horses

Really the benefit of posting about my lessons is more for me then any readers I suppose. I wouldn’t think they would be exciting reads either – and I try to keep them short for that purpose. I rarely even … Continue reading

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