Australia's The Horse Magazine has just published Paul's latest article, click the link to read "How to Take a Riding Lesson and Get Your Money's Worth," sure to be a topic of interest to many riders.
Bakhita is a 2017 16h+ gray PRE Andalusian mare, both parents imported from Spain.
Horses, Sales / 24.08.2021
Alvaro is a very special american mustang, registered AWSSR, who was born wild on BLM land in Nevada and has become a successful dressage horse.
Horses, Training / 16.04.2021
Here we see Rose and her Hanoverian Sparrow practicing one-tempis flying changes. When you start training and practicing flying changes, your horse probably knows shoulder in, haunches in, all the lateral work. It knows to move over from the leg aids. If you continue to use strong lower legs you will almost certainly get crooked changes. You must teach the changes off of your hips and seat. The horse follows the rider's hips like a child skipping in a straight line. One of the reasons straight changes are so important is that they can be proof of the horse and rider's connection through the back and seat, and not a trick off the cue of heel and spur.
Very beautiful Andalusian/TB gelding with a disposition to match. Once in a lifetime companion and partner, schooling PSG.