My main aim is to make sure my clients have a “Tool Kit” to use when working with their horses.
I always go into a lesson with a plan, but it is important to understand that the plan is fluid, and sometimes we need to deviate, and work our horse through an issue, in a positive and constructive manner.
The tool kit with give the rider a number of ways to work though issues which will enhance their relationship with their horse, and stop them getting stuck in a “Training rut”.
Happy new year to everyone!
This year will be an interesting one, and I m looking forward to it. It has started off will a ‘Mild” case of the flu for me, and lots of heavy rain.
So, I have spent some time with my new book.
“Making it Happen” By Carl Hester.
It is his autobiography, it is very candid, very funny, and I know that it has a good ending…so far.I expect there to be a follow on in many years to come!
It is inspirational reading for anyone involved with horses. For me especially, it captures some of the “horse world” that I grew up with and puts character to the people that I idolized while I was taking my first steps into equestrianism.
It is also good to hear some of the “tales” surrounding Donnersong, and some of it echos the “issues” I have had to overcome with Storm.
A very good read.