Young Horses: The “Hope” Market

By flyingchanges / April 1, 2021
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The supply of “quality” young horses is large, but the animals for sale by trainers and breeders are not always promoted or presented in such a way that their potential…

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How Two Minds Meet: Imitation and Imagination

By flyingchanges / February 1, 2021
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In an excerpt from her new book, Dressage master Beth Baumert discusses the beauty of learning through imagination and imitation, a core principal behind the concepts in her instructional guide…

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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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The Power And Pitfalls Of Pressure

By flyingchanges / July 16, 2020

“You can never rely on a horse that is educated by fear. There will always be something that he fears more than you. But, when he trusts you, he will…

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