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Talkin' about biomechanics

If I was told last year that understanding and applying “biomechanics” to my riding would not only improve my skills but also have a positive effect on Sage’s training, I’m pretty certain I wouldn’t have believed it. 384 more words


Chris Von Stetten Clinic Quotes

I found that I have so many notes from the clinic in Kentucky that I can hardly pick out one or two things that were beneficial. 183 more words

Out and About

Tea, kickin’ it up

I finally got around to getting a new computer to replace my old one that expired months ago, so no more excuses for not posting anything to this blog. 601 more words


Finding that Feel

With Lisa still recovering from an injury I have been busy riding all the horses here, including hers. Her mare, Sereia, who is very advanced, has been teaching me a great deal about the power of subtlety. 566 more words

Symposium! Classical Series, 9th Session!

We’ve posted the details for the Symposium in October, click the link above to reserve your spot (October 2014 Symposium). Special rates available now at Dry Creek Inn….just follow the link on the details page. 7 more words

Classical Dressage

Two Days In Tucson

I recently had the pleasure of spending two hot days in Tucson, Arizona, filling my brain with some favorite subjects: horses, Classical Dressage and biomechanics.  I was attending “Art Meets Science: The Biomechanics of Classical Dressage.”  The presenters were Charles de Kunffy and Dr. 750 more words

Classical Training And Philosophy