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Simple Square Pattern (try this!), By Steve Lantvit

Posted by on Oct 7, 2014 in BLOG, Steve Lantvit, Training Tips | 0 comments

Getting our horses to perform better is a lifelong goal for most of us. We spend hours teaching our horses to flex and to become supple so...

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Downward Transistions, No Substitute for Hard Work

Posted by on Oct 7, 2014 in BLOG, Steve Lantvit, Training Tips | 0 comments

In our pursuit of horsemanship and our search for improved performance some are willing to try anything for a quick solution to achieve...

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Mastering Trail Obstacles, By Steve Lantvit

Posted by on Oct 7, 2014 in BLOG, Steve Lantvit, Training Tips | 0 comments

In our journey to become better horsemen we must understand the movement of the horse and the mechanics that he uses to propel himself...

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Controlling a Horse’s Movement, By Steve Lantvit

Posted by on Oct 7, 2014 in BLOG, Steve Lantvit, Training Tips | 0 comments

When building a house the first thing you work on is the foundation. It supports the floor, walls, and roof. A solid foundation ensures the...

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The Hierarchy of Aids, By Steve Lantvit

Posted by on Oct 7, 2014 in BLOG, Steve Lantvit, Training Tips | 0 comments

When instructing horse and rider teams it is important for the rider to understand that there is a logical progression of what to do. I...

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The Ten Minute Warm-up; A Quick Safety Check Before Riding, By Steve Lantvit

Posted by on Sep 17, 2014 in BLOG, Steve Lantvit, Training Tips | 0 comments

When a horse comes in for training by me it’s pretty common that the rider mentions to me that they want a horse that they could pull...

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