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Schools for Horsemanship
Different that a Riding School where the focus is mainly on improving your riding skills  HORSEMANSHIP schools are offer a broader education whose focus is to help you learn to train, maintain and advance your horse in a variety of courses that can address the full range of horsemanship in such areas as: understanding the equine mind, maintenance of your horse, health care, training, help in advancing your personal goals and horsemanship skills.

Horsemanship Schools Article
Acquiring Softness in Horse Training 
Bryan NeubertOur definition: Getting your horse in a position and in a frame of mind to accept a request, whatever that may be.       
By Bryan Neubert





Equine Facilitated LearningEquine Facilitated Learning
Opening the Connection Through the Way of the Horse
It is powerful, transformative way to learn to communicate with horses.
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Warming Up Your Horse by Jeff Spencer
When we mount our horses we should help our horses get ready mentally and physically for  work. This article is a detailed description of the warm-up program we use at Spencer Training on every horse we ride, regardless of age, ability or experience.

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Horsemanship Tip-
from Bryan Neubert

I’d like to make a friend out of every horse I ride. If I pick up my reins to prepare to make a request of him I don’t want him to raise his neck or bob his head or poke his nose out and basically try to defend himself. As if to say, “What are you trying to make me do now?” I want him to drop his head down and tuck his chin in, just a little as if to say, “What do you have for me now Bryan?” or “What do you need? Or I’m ready just you name it.” He does that because he knows me and he trusts me and knows I’m not going to ask him to do something stupid like stop harder than he’s ready for or turn faster than he’s capable of or do some maneuver that he’s no where ready to do.

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