INTENT

HORSE & HUMAN INTENT GETS THE JOB DONE

HORSE & HUMAN
INTENT GETS THE JOB DONE

WHAT breaks and makes a horse is the rider’s intent.

WHEN you get up in the morning with plans to ride, be sure you think about what you would like to accomplish with your horse that day. Have a plan and make a clear decision as to how to accomplish what you intend to teach your horse that day. It could be simply to teach, not to rush through a gate, slow the walk or to create a calm down cue. What ever it might be you need to plan the your lesson. Off course the horse is a big factor. You may find yourself asking; Will he understand what I’m teaching? Will he learn and how will I know that he will retain it?  All of that is up to your skill level. It will be up to your ability to ask in the same way and to release at the most opportune time for him to understand. It will be up to your consistency to keep your intent clear and simple for best results.

 

TRUST THAT ALL THE WORK YOU PUT INTO A HORSE WILL TAKE YOU WHERE YOU WANT TO GO

TRUST THAT ALL THE WORK YOU PUT INTO A HORSE WILL TAKE YOU WHERE YOU WANT TO GO.

IT will be your dedication to the intent that will make a difference in the horse and his or her retention level. Rome was not built in a day and a horse will not be made in a day. It can take a life time to create the horse that will fulfill all your dreams.

So dream big, stay dedicated to your intentions and have fun while you both learn the all the great things you can do together.


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Horsemanship by Michaella

True Horsemanship comes down to TIMING- the most important element for a horse.

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