Happy Holidays! I hope everyone is enjoying this time of year and getting to spend lots of time with family, friends, and your horse!
Actually, I know how easy it can be to lose motivation to work with your horse when the weather is cold, windy, or rainy, and if you live in a climate like mine here in Eastern Pa, we still have several months of not so great riding weather! But the good news is that there is still a lot you can do with your horse inside the barn, and that’s what we are going to talk about today. I am sharing four things that I do to be a better rider and improve my horsemanship skills when I can’t ride, plus what you can do to keep your horse focused and progressing in his training.
Hit play and let’s get started.
Here is the link for the video on softening in the rope halter or bridle:http://www.crktrainingblog.com/why-a-soft-horse-is-important-for-any-rider/
This is the video for teaching your horse to ground tie:http://www.crktrainingblog.com/teach-your-horse-to-ground-tie/
…and here is another article on What to do During Nasty Winter Weather: http://www.crktrainingblog.com/how-to-continue-training-in-nasty-winter-weather/
See you in the comments, and Happy New Year!