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 Stage Two
What Happens In a session
Groundwork
 
Riding is purely the by product of great groundwork
 
 
 
 
Groundwork is generally done with the use of a head collar or halter and a long rope a minimum of 12ft.
 
I can't stress enough I really do work each horse and owner individually.
 
Working the horse this way is to re establish the communication between horse and handler.
 
 Horses learn very quickly after weaning to dominate and control us - in different ways for different reasons - most of the time without us knowing it until these techniques are put into practise.
 
The horse doesn't want to behave in this way towards us all they crave is leadership, as they had leadership until the day they were taken away from their Mothers and then they became lost.
 
Groundwork teaches techniques that basically mimic horses natural behaviour, my exercises are tailored to each need and situation.
 
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