Monthly Archives: May 2009


We have always had a working relationship, however, after his illness, it seems to have deepened. A few weeks back I had gone out and spent time with him when he came over and hung out with me under a … Continue reading

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Protected: CRIC – Sharing Territory (4FR)

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Protected: CRIC – the freedom of children (4FR)

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Carolyn Resnick: Insider Circle (CRIC)

Note: CRIC stands for Carolyn Resnick Inner Circle, a program she is offering (for monetary compensation) to provide Internet coaching and which I am currently enrolled. While I discuss Carolyns’ methods (”Waterhole Rituals’) I am expressing only my opinion to materials … Continue reading

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Spanish Walk

I hadn’t given much thought to teaching any of the horses the Spanish Walk, however, after listening to Phillipe Karl on his dvd’s discuss how the Spanish Walk frees up the horses’ shoulders and is a stepping stone to Piaffe, … Continue reading

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physical therapy for pelvis fracture in horse

It’s about time to begin some serious rehabilitation for Big Guy as it has now been approximately 4 months since the initial injury (pelvis fracture). He’s now back to his 24.7 turnout and that seems to be working for him although … Continue reading

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Lesson #16: bareback balance

Yesterday I rode Rock bareback all at walk. It made me realize that my seat has become literally frozen in place… and for me to gain the seat I want I need to bring back that flexbility and response. In … Continue reading

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