Reduce Stress and Anxiety With These Relaxation Tips

By flyingchanges / October 5, 2020

Are you stressed? Do worries about your ride, fears of falling, or does angst about other parts of your life burden you as you step into the irons? If so,…

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Jazzy and Grayson

By flyingchanges / September 29, 2020
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Jasmine Browning talks about her journey to 1.20 on her horse, Grayson. After a little over two years of lesson horses and leasing for a couple months at a time,…

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Linda Wagner’s Wild Horse Mountain Farm

By flyingchanges / September 25, 2020
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Where People and Horses Connect Linda Wagner’s love for horses started before she was born. “It began in the womb,” she laughs. “My dad painted a picture of a palomino…

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Trainer Spotlight: LPSDC’S CHRISTINE HEADLEY

By flyingchanges / September 21, 2020
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LPSDC’s Christine Headley was the focus of their September Issue club news. Read more about this incredible trainer (and club!) below. “I grew up completely immersed in the horse world,”…

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Improving Your Horse’s Technique

By flyingchanges / September 16, 2020
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In this excerpt from Stride Control by Jen Marsden Hamilton, Jen describes some key factors to improve your horse’s shape over the jumps. Once the horse can jump individual jumps,…

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#MYHORSE Amy Bean and Duck Duck Goose

By flyingchanges / September 7, 2020

September Issue #MYHORSE What makes your horse special? We got some incredible responses from our request for submissions, including this months #MYHORSE from Amy Bean about her incredible gelding Duck…

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Equestrians’ Unique Psychological Strengths

By flyingchanges / September 3, 2020

Life skills that riders come by naturally. This is a bizarre, uniquely challenging time. So much of what was routine is now upended. We have all been required to adapt,…

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Our Virtual Reality — How Clubs and Showgrounds Have Turned to Virtual Showing

By flyingchanges / September 1, 2020
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Two articles in our August Issue focused on the efforts of organizations to produce shows when no shows were being held. Below, JBarJ the charity that puts on the Oregon…

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The Power of Poles

By flyingchanges / August 5, 2020
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Improve your dressage and your jumping with athleticism and coordination developed over poles.  The world-famous Cadre Noir of Saumur, France, always has jumps and poles in the dressage training area. When…

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Losing Confidence After a Fall: Sport & Performance Psychology With Darby Bonomi

By flyingchanges / August 1, 2020
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Lost Confidence After a Fall? Give Yourself a Leg up on Full Recovery.  Fact: In our career as equestrians, we are going to fall. As one horse show announcer regularly remarks,…

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