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Problem Solving – Desensitization Vs. Acceptance part 2

In this series (this is part 2 of 2), we take a closer look at the idea of “desensitization” and the common approaches that often leave big holes in our horses’ understanding and trust. Watch these videos to learn what acceptance actually looks like, avoid the pitfalls of the “cookie cutter” approach and develop both confidence and your horse’s ability to find his way back to you when he is bothered or worried by something.

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Problem Solving – Desensitization Vs. Acceptance part 1

In this series, we take a closer look at the idea of “desensitization” and the common approaches that often leave big holes in our horses’ understanding and trust. Watch these videos to learn what acceptance actually looks like, avoid the pitfalls of the “cookie cutter” approach and develop both confidence and your horse’s ability to find his way back to you when he is bothered or worried by something.

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“Fixing The Foodie” – Horse Eating While Working

Whether you are riding out on the trail, working on the farm/ranch or having a groundwork session in the pasture – a horse who is concentrating on eating instead of communicating with you can be frustrating to say the least. Learn how to gain your horses attention through clarity and consistency and break the “grass habit” of eating while you are working with them.

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The “Cookie Cutter” Horse – part 2

A horse gets “cookie cuttered” when a person takes the common approaches (that are often over taught) and applies them mechanically or repetitively without fully understanding the principles and purposes behind certain techniques and the progression these techniques are to be a part of. This most often results in a horse that is either bothered, mechanized, disconnected or dull rather than being engaged in a meaningful conversation. In this video, we work on these issues with a young stallion who needed re-started.

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The “Cookie Cutter” Horse – part 1

A horse gets “cookie cuttered” when a person takes the common approaches (that are often over taught) and applies them mechanically or repetitively without fully understanding the principles and purposes behind certain techniques and the progression these techniques are to be a part of. This most often results in a horse that is either bothered, mechanized, disconnected or dull rather than being engaged in a meaningful conversation. In this video, we work on these issues with a young stallion who needed re-started.

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Lessons Clinic Idaho Session 4

In this video series we cover a number of topics discussed at our Lessons Clinic in Idaho. Personalized Lessons are customized to address any problems or goals the participant wants to work through, addressing exactly where they and their horse are at. A huge benefit of viewing these sessions is learning from a wide range of situations which you can then apply to your horsemanship journey at home as well.

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Lessons Clinic Idaho Session 3

In this video series we cover a number of topics discussed at our Lessons Clinic in Idaho. Personalized Lessons are customized to address any problems or goals the participant wants to work through, addressing exactly where they and their horse are at. A huge benefit of viewing these sessions is learning from a wide range of situations which you can then apply to your horsemanship journey at home as well.

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