Are you aspiring to ride bridle-less, or progress to liberty, or just need some extra support when riding? A neck rope or cordeo is the ideal tool to help you develop finesse and refined control. Neck Ropes and cordeos are very similar pieces of equipment with variations in material and the way they’re used. Traditionally, […]
To celebrate all Non-Ridden Equines, the weekend of May 1st and 2nd is being promoted Internationally.
Horse lovers are encouraged to visit the Non-Ridden Equine UK website for ideas on how to enjoy your horses, ponies, donkeys, or mules this coming weekend – or on any weekend for that matter!
There is so much advice available online that its sometimes hard to know who to follow. I subscribe to quite a few blogs and these are some of my favourites for working ‘with’ horses using methods that are generally positive and considerate of the horse’s needs and feelings. To get off to the best start with your […]
This is a DVD that challenges us to think about what we do with horses, and why, and poses the question ‘What’s in if for the horse?’ Michelle and her team of horses, ponies, and donkeys give you a more than a glimpse at the possibilities when you take the time to really listen to […]
Foal training is such an important beginning to your foal’s future and good training will establish a relationship while also teaching your foal the basics to cope with the domestic life of a horse. Since my training using positive reinforcement has been so successful with my older horses, I now training my foals that way. […]
Liberty jumping with Piper Piper Jumping the Bounces of Death His owner, Helen in Tasmania, teaches Piper using Clicker Training and says Piper is an amazing horse soccer player too! If you’re inspired and want to teach your horse some fun things at liberty (or anything for that matter) have a look at this Australian Clicker […]