Volume 13 Issue 4 – Performance Horse Digest
Performance Horse Digest Volume 13, Issue 4
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Performance Horse Digest – Featuring: Al Dunning, Pat Parelli, Clinton Anderson, Martha Josey, Lynn Palm, Craig Cameron, Richard Winters, Mike Major, Barbra Schulte, Sandy Collier, Monty Bruce, Dick Pieper, Dr. Robert M. Miller, Dr. Juliet M. Getty, and more! LEARN FROM THE PROS!
Table of Contents
by Al Dunning
Training a great horse encompasses many things. One is to have a good facility to be able to work your horse properly.
by Chevy (Siobhan) Allen
Here’s the thing-there is one mental skill that you must master before you can have balance, timing and feel.
by Doug Lindgren
In the horse world everything takes time, lots of it… I know that nothing happens over night and if we’re willing to be patient good things can come our way.
by David Slipka
Michael Jordan is one of the all-time great basketball players of our time.
by Martha Josey
From the first time you swing a leg over a horse you begin learning. But who you allow to teach you makes all the difference.
Richard Winters Horsemanship
There’s a tremendous amount of information, ideas and techniques out there to help us obtain a better “whoa” on our horses.
by Barbra Schulte
I know that a lot of the shows are beginning to open up across the country. That’s so exciting!
by Clinton Anderson
Because horses are prey animals, it’s natural for them to want to stay close together on the trail.
by Craig Cameron
Summer is one of the most popular times of the year to ride, with the kids being out of school and competitions happening every weekend, it is a great time to spend with your horse.
by Toml Scheve
As a horse owner, you want and deserve safe equipment for carrying your horse(s) from one place to another.
by Mike Major
In the trot, I also want my horse framed with a good position to use his body effectively when we make a transition of some kind.
by Lynn Palm
When dealing with a spooky horse, go back to the routine we suggested
before to prepare him for his first trail ride.
by Harlan R. Anderson, DVM
When we get this hot summer weather, we like to go to the beach, go to the mall or stay at home in the air conditioning.
by Karl Avdek and Tracy Barton
Mental skills are no different than any other “skill”. Try getting “a little” better each time out. Process. Process.
by Julie I. Fershtman
Maddie, a struggling horse trainer, made up a nasty rumor that another trainer, John, abused his horses and administered performance enhancing drugs.
by Sandy Collier
The quicker you get your job done with the cow in the fence work, the better chance you have of a big score.
by Dick Pieper
At this point, I’ve established some pretty clear methods of
communicating with the horse.
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