We wish to do everything right with our youngsters. This can be a big burden on our shoulders. Young horses learn a lot of everyday things “by the way.” Learn how you can direct and shape your young horses learning experiences into a good direction by knowing the 4 ways of innate learning.
How can I prepare my young horses that they won’t be afraid of water later? Every rider knows it: the horses fear of water puddles. Some horses really freak out at the sight of the shiny, reflecting and wet surfaces. During the last weeks we had a lot of rain and a little lake built in the field of my horses.
I took advantage of it and showed my young horses Tara and Maserati how much fun they can have with water.
Foals are wonderful - there is (almost) nothing better in the world. At least for me. But they are playful, they try to bite, can be invasive, kick and rear if we don’t pay attention. Setting boundaries can be hard at times, especially when it is about cute foals. What does it take to set boundaries in fairness and without emotions on both sides?
How can we prepare our horse for Colt Starting that he doesn’t get in trouble and we can stay safe? With these 14 exercises done on the ground, your horse will find it fun to work with you, is open to new experiences and feels successful as a learner. Your horse will be ready to start his life as a riding horse.
Will your foal one day be a spooky horse or better a brave horse full of confidence and trust? Learn 2 effective and fun ways, how you to influence your foal’s level of confidence for life!
Maserati is taking his first real walk together with his mother Mazirah, who is his role model. There are so many things to explore! Observing how mum is playing with water, jumping a big log, walking through a forest and even loading into the trailer for the first time!
Loréne's Holsteiner mare Zarena had a big trailer loading issue. It took up to 4 hours to load the horse into the trailer. Loréne came with Zarena to me for a Study Week to find help.