Leg on, heels down and eyes up. These are three things that are drilled into you as a rider. But how exactly should you have your leg on? That’s what we’re talking about in this post.Read More
Since getting back in the saddle, I’ve always felt unsure of myself and my skills. I blamed it on needing more practice or riding horses that I wasn’t used to. What I’ve finally come to realise is that nervousness has a name, anxiety. And now that I know what it is, I have a better idea on how to deal with it.Read More
Do you ever have those moments when everything clicks? When you’re riding around and all of a sudden you and your horse are in sync?
This is a post where I share a bit about these moments and how they’re changing both my ride and my confidence.Read More
Horse people come from all sorts of backgrounds and have all sorts of interests. That’s what makes us all so different. In this post, I shared a short list of just some of the different types of horse people you may meet.
Check it out and add to the list if you’d like too!Read More
If you’re struggling with the counter canter, you’re not alone. In this post I share my own challenges.
Just like many other things with riding, it’s always a lot easier said than done.Read More
Who are you riding for?
Unless you have a team or sponsors behind you, you’re probably riding for yourself.
This post makes you rethink this question and reminds you to take your horse into consideration.Read More
There’s always room for improvement with our riding. There’s always a way for us to make our communication more clear with our horses.
Lately, I’ve been needing to work on my connection with my reins and keeping it consistent.
Click to read more about how I’m trying to work on this.Read More
Horses are our partners. We work together towards a common goal.
They aren’t our machines that we put to work for our selfish goals.Read More
After a small comment and event at the barn, I started to think about the purpose of the lead line. Curious to know my thoughts on this tool? Keep reading!Read More
Do you take advantage of your warm-up at the beginning of your ride? Or do you ride around just enough so that your horse is ready for the real work?
Read this post to see what I’ve learnt about the importance of the warm-up.Read More
Anyone can experience fear at any point in their lives. It doesn’t matter if you’re experienced in your field or a beginner. Fear is normal. We just have to learn to work through it and lot let it control us.Read More
Whether they are your peers or professionals, having people that you admire can inspire you to work harder and strive for better. They can become people that you can learn from to help shape your own success.Read More