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Eclectic Horsemanship by Eclectic Horsemanship - 1M ago

There is a lot of debate about when is the right time to start a horse. I will talk about my personal opinion, but I recognize that other ..read more
Eclectic Horsemanship by Eclectic Horsemanship - 3M ago

We all get into ruts sometimes. If you are bored of riding the perimeter of the arena, here are some serpentine exercises to keep time in ..read more

The post Serpentine Exercise Example Pictures appeared first on Eclectic Horsemanship ..read more
Eclectic Horsemanship by Eclectic Horsemanship - 5M ago

It might not seem like a big deal, but having your horse stand still and wait is extremely important, especially while you are mounting. ..read more
Eclectic Horsemanship by Eclectic Horsemanship - 5M ago

This post will list and describe some some signs of relaxation and stress. It is important to know what signs to look for in our horses so ..read more
Eclectic Horsemanship by Eclectic Horsemanship - 5M ago

A stereotypy is a repeated action that seems to have no purpose. Stable vices are stereotypies. Vices develop from the horse being ..read more
Eclectic Horsemanship by Eclectic Horsemanship - 6M ago

It can be hard to know whether you are on the correct diagonal when you first start riding. It’s important to know the footfall of the ..read more
Eclectic Horsemanship by Eclectic Horsemanship - 6M ago

Horses have five gaits; walk, jog, lope, gallop, and back up. Of course gaited horses may vary from this, but this post will only discuss ..read more
Eclectic Horsemanship by Eclectic Horsemanship - 6M ago

Bridling is a problem that a lot of horses have. Maybe they throw their head up to avoid the bit, back up, or block you. Sometimes it’s ..read more
Eclectic Horsemanship by Eclectic Horsemanship - 6M ago

Nearly everything we do with our horses in some way or another is desensitization; because they are prey animals, they are naturally wary ..read more

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