You may never want to dance with your horse like Alizee Froment and Mistral or do a bareback and bridle-less championship reining run like Stacey Westfall on Wizards Babydoll…
…but you can have the same kind of partnership that produced these beautiful works of art…
AND you can learn how to spill the joy you find with your horse, into the rest of your life as well.
Do you yearn for that kind of togetherness? Or more?
It’s all in the foundation
That kind of togetherness is all in the foundation.
And the foundation is what we do best here.
Mary’s in hospital at the moment getting a new hip and she thought she’d use the time to refresh her Fast Track lessons. She had trouble logging in from the hospital server, but wasn’t sure if it was a problem with my website. (It’s the hospital server lol!) While I was checking for her, I came across these two videos this morning attached to Fast Track to Brilliant Riding Lesson 75, called “Dancing to a stop in two reins.” And I thought to myself, “people have no idea that the kind of partnerships that are available to ordinary people” with the work that we do here.
Lesson 75 is towards the end of 81 very practical lessons that opens new channels of communication, transforms people’s relationship with their horse, that also transforms the horse’s experience of life with people, elevates people’s riding to a new level and expands your joy with even the most difficult of horses.
Ordinary people being extraordinary.
From a double world champion
Double world champion reining rider Kristine Nesbitt described two distance lessons (me in Australia and her in Texas) as giving her a “confidence that she’s never had before”. A double world champion and she’s saying she got a confidence she never had before? You can listen to the interview she did after the lessons here. Eavesdrop on a world champion There’s a reason our motto is “Ordinary people being extraordinary” – you can find that kind of confidence too.