March 6, 2018

I love social media. It’s actually my day job. I watch social media for trends, analyze those trends, try and duplicate those trends so that my company gains the right kind of traction. Naturally, I’m a millennial, so I love my social media platforms for personal usage...

November 27, 2017

This is a popular debate when it comes to jumping. In some worlds, we hear coaches preaching “seeing”your spot for takeoff. In others, it’s preached to let the jump come to you and let the horse figure it out. Both of these opinions are right and really, at the end of...

November 14, 2017

I was teaching a lesson recently that reminded me of something I do not often speak on nor teach. It’s the concept of disciplining your horse during a particularly difficult ride. As humans, we are driven to seek perfection. When we are taking a lesson, we are hoping t...

October 30, 2017

So, as fun and as preferable as jumping is to many people, dressage is and always has been and always will be the foundation of literally anything you do on you horse. It’s something I think about often. I’ve taught many different students who ride at a variety of leve...

October 30, 2017

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It’s a battle. There’s this feeling in your core that pulls you like a heavy magnet towards them. The sharp points of their ears; the warm breath o...

October 17, 2017

You can learn a lot from your fellow jumper friends. They think I'm crazy because I love to gallop at solid fences. I think they're crazy because they love to gallop at fences that fall down--super giant fences, at that.  But, it's a solid idea to learn from each disci...

September 28, 2017

In the world of equestrians, more time than not we are concerned with how we look over fences. In many ways, this has become more of an aesthetic quality as opposed to a quality that displays how in balance a rider is with their horse. I often tell my students that equ...

September 26, 2017

I absolutely love this exercise for every level of horse. It hits so many nails on the head for your training that you don’t need to drill it for too long.

Let’s start by taking a gander at our old friend, The German Training Scale.

What a beauty. Am I right? This scale...

September 14, 2017

I’m a fan of gridwork. Poles are your friend. I never really see a reason to practice “height” with horses until they have a solid foundation on their groundwork, flatwork, and polework. Even with my upper level mounts, I always make sure I do more of these types of ex...

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