Following exercises and taking quizzes to develop feel and timing are all well and good. But once you have begun developing this skill, how do you know where to apply it, when to use it, and how it works best? Continue reading
I have some really exciting news for you.
If you have read about my dream, you know that for a long time I have wanted to start up a horse training business. Well, that business is now in its planning stage. I have a written business plan and am working on my marketing plan right now.
And guess what—you can help me.
In my last post, I explained the importance of feel and timing to horse training. In this one, I will help you begin to acquire these essentials. With practice, they will eventually come to you naturally.
The first exercise I will suggest will work on feel. Without feel, timing is impossible to have (although feel is also useless without timing, so we will work on that soon). Continue reading
There is one skill that sets apart a good horse trainer from a bad one. Actually, the distinction is even more dramatic than that. This skill sets apart an unsuccessful horse trainer from a successful one. Continue reading