The Perfect Half-Halt: What Does It Feel Like?

By flyingchanges / April 3, 2020

Leading expert in movement and riding Eckart Meyners is joined by Hannes Müller and Kerstin Niemann in explaining how half of anything can make the whole difference. It is always a risky…

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Cuteness + Quality Control

By flyingchanges / March 2, 2020

Batman provides The Absolute Horse with some important quality control on our March Issue — out this week!

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Local Talent: Lauren Pleasance, Bend OR

By flyingchanges / February 18, 2020

Lauren Pleasance is a 17 year old Senior at Summit High School.  She’s been riding since the age of five with many years at Some Day Farm with Catherine Cruger…

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INTERVIEW: Christophe Theallet, Coach & Trainer

By flyingchanges / February 3, 2020

With thirty years of experience and success, Christophe Theallet coaches and trains dressage riders and horses to Grand Prix and FEI levels. He graduated from France’s prestigious ENE National Riding…

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Partnership vs. DICTATORSHIP

By flyingchanges / February 5, 2013
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It is important to understand the word “partnership” and how it relates to equestrian sport. The dictionary definition of partnership is, “Where two individuals work together for a common cause.” But I like to add in a few words and define it this way: “Where two individuals, each fully understanding their role, work together for a common cause.”

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