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Leading Your Horse on a Walk – Build Connection, Confidence and Body Awareness

Can’t ride? Won’t ride? Leading out in-hand is a great way to introduce young horses to the world, build confidence in anxious horses and enrich the lives of unridden equines. Wild horses cover many miles each day over a wide variety of terrain, which naturally builds their fitness, body awareness and confidence to navigate any […]

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Moving Your Horse’s Shoulders When Riding (for balance, bending, circles, lateral etc)

Controlling the shoulders is important for so many exercises such as turning, circles and lateral work and improving connection with the shoulders improves your ridden communication as well as your horse’s balance and body awareness. Horses who lose balance or connection with the shoulders will often be heavier on one front leg than the other,

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Hoof Trimming with a Frightened and Aggressive Rescue Pony

Building trust with horses who have experienced neglect or abuse takes time and dedication. In this video,  you’ll get to know Valiente, a pony rescued in Spain in terrible condition. CT Coach Claire Waldron worked patiently with him to help him overcome his fear and voluntarily participate in having his feet trimmed – it actually

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