Riding together as one being takes real harmony between horse and rider. And it is important to both beauty and harmony with our horse that we understand the Comfort Zone model all the way to our bones and on auto pilot.
This Lesson also contains an important insight for those riders who are interested in the relationship between excitement and power and a Comfort Zone with high energy, which would include dressage and showjumping riders, those who ride cutting horses or do reining competitions, working equitation, campdrafters, all those who work with cattle and more that I probably haven’t thought of…
This Lesson is so pivotal to this course that if you have any doubts or questions, make sure that you come back to me – on the live seminars or in the Student Forum.
Note this video repeatedly refers to Lesson 15 which for you is your previous Lesson 27.
In your next lesson, we’ll look at what your horse’s attitudes around food have to do with leadership and how many “problems” can be solved when all Not Quite Rights around food are solved, even when the issue has nothing whatever to actually do with food.
See you in Lesson 29!