Laurel Watson tells a story about her horse, her partner, her love. Have tissues ready!
Dr. Paul Haefner continues his exploration into true joy and satisfaction. Are you comparing yourself and your horse to others around you? Are you doing what lights your fire?
Dr. Paul Haefner gives a couple of practical and helpful hints to increase your satisfaction in your riding.
Kimberly Cardeccia boosts your confidence and helps you get started (with whatever you are struggling with at the moment).
Have a listen to this short podcast and walk away motivated and ready to tackle your next task, project, or goal.
This short podcast is for those of us who are always looking for better saddle fit. Listen to Letitia and discover her insights into saddles and creating a saddle to fit the MOVING horse.
Don Jessop talks about those times when horses do something bad... "out of the blue". Do you find yourself wondering WHY something bad happened?
Listen to this short podcast to learn some strategies to prevent those bad episodes.
Get to know Charles de Kunffy a little better. Listen to him speak about a painting he owns of a beautiful and very famous woman....
Lindsey Rains teaches you about finding equestrian inspiration on Pinterest. You too can get your daily inspiration on Pinterest. Have a listen to this short podcast and find out more about Pinterest.
Dressage Positively: Simple and Versatile Training Tactics for When You Can’t Ride Your Horse – Part 3
Laurel Watson discusses training tactic #3 when you can't ride your horse. Learn about Relaxation Training to help your horse use his body correctly and move in a balanced and relaxed manner.
Dr. Paul Haefner discusses satisfaction, joy, and frustration. What causes satisfaction, joy, or frustration in us? Listen to this very interesting podcast and learn a little bit about yourself.....
Melody Semmler discusses how her horse, JD, is food driven and how this may relate to your business.
Listen to this short podcast and find out how Pinterest can totally change your life as an Equestrian.
Lindsey Rains discusses what you can shop for on Pinterest as an equestrian....and who doesn't want to see pictures when you go shopping :)
Have tissues ready!!! Beth Lauren Parrish shares a special connection with her horse, Keeper.
Gloria Lybecker discusses that up and down wave we seem to ride a lot....one step forward and three steps back. You think you get ahead but then you feel like you're getting knocked back a few steps. What does it mean? What message can we learn from this???
Dressage Positively: Simple and Versatile Training Tactics for When You Can’t Ride Your Horse – Part 2
Laurel Watson discusses three (3) training tactics when you can't ride your horse. In this episode, Laurel Watson discusses Training Tactic #2: Target Training. What exactly is "target training"? And why should you care about target training as an equestrian?
Charles de Kunffy discusses how his father taught him how to approach a horse.
Want to learn more from Charles de Kunffy? Visit his website: https://www.charlesdekunffy.com/
Melody Semmler talks about JD's food motivation and how it applies to you and your business.
In Part 1 of a 3 part series, Lindsey Rains will focus on what you can learn on Pinterest that is horse related, such as how to care for your horse, training tips, horseback riding tips, and interesting facts about horses.
Grab your phone and follow Lindsey as she guides you through Pinterest and what you can learn there.
Go to Pinterest to learn, shop, and be inspired.
I'd like to share some testimonials with you to give you an idea of what homeopathic treatment can do for you and your animal.
Here is a testimonial from a woman whose dog I treated. They live in NH and I am located in Northern Michigan. This dog was treated by me homeopathically on two different occasions by me. The first was for anxiety and the second for a torn Cranial Cruciate Ligament.