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I Think I Know More Than I Do . . . Guilty

Posted by on Nov 21, 2014 in BLOG, Chris Cox, Training Tips | 0 comments

Even when you find a good match with a horse whose personality suits yours, you can still make serious mistakes in working with him. Like...

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Body Language & Communicating With the Horse

Posted by on Nov 20, 2014 in BLOG, Chris Cox, Training Tips | 0 comments

By Cynthia McFarland with Chris Cox We’ve all been around people who talk a lot without really saying much. Unfortunately,...

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The Early Stages of Training, by Chris Cox

Posted by on Oct 23, 2014 in BLOG, Chris Cox, Training Tips | 0 comments

Whether I’m starting a horse for roping, cutting or any other discipline, I use the same methods. Bottom line, I always want to build...

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Your Position In the Saddle, by Chris Cox

Posted by on Oct 23, 2014 in BLOG, Chris Cox, Training Tips | 0 comments

When you’re shopping for a horse, one of the things you look for is a well built, well balanced horse. The irony is that an...

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Your Horse is Always Reading Your Body Language, By Cynthia McFarland with Chris Cox

Posted by on Oct 23, 2014 in BLOG, Chris Cox, Training Tips | 0 comments

We’ve all been around people who talk a lot without really saying much. Unfortunately, that’s exactly the story with too many...

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You are on a Mission, by Cynthia McFarland with Chris Cox

Posted by on Oct 23, 2014 in BLOG, Chris Cox, Training Tips | 0 comments

Even when you find a good match with a horse whose personality suits yours, you can still make serious mistakes in working with him. Like...

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