Category Archives: Book Review

Lessons in Lightness

I’ve mentioned Mark Russell (Lessons in Lightness) a few times so thought I’d expound a bit more. I have his book; Molly attended one of his clinics. Russell’s philosophy may not be as common as those teaching dressage with German … Continue reading

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Freedom: Horse-led and Deciders

I’ve written before about Horse-led activities vs. Human-led activities when interacting with your horse. Horse-Led means that the horse determines the game, the length of the interaction, is able to disengage and leave, and overall provides the horse (within the … Continue reading

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Intuition or What is Right

I’ve been pondering the problem that is Z (rather like the old Sound of Music melody of Maria~How do you solve a problem like Maria?). While Ride the Right Horse did give me further insight into the mind of a … Continue reading

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Hempfling – Coming Together

I finally got to view Klaus Hempflings Coming Together dvd. I had anticipated that the dvd wasn’t a “how-to” because others had viewed and were disappointed that weren’t going to learn how to tame a Borderline Stallion during the viewing … Continue reading

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