Recently we attended a biomechanics clinic with Dr. Gerd Heuschmann at Rider's Edge Farm in Redmond, WA. We were fortunate to land two riding spots and took two of our full-time training horses, Rhia, a 22 year old Hanoverian mare, and Rosa, a 17 year old Hanoverian mare. While both mares did fabulously and we received lots of positive feedback, each mare offered a very different feel and learning opportunity. The changes were incredible, and everyone learned a ton. Here are my top seven takeaways from Gerd:
7 Things We Learned from Gerd
7 top trail riding tips
As the weather warms up, many of us head outdoors and hit the trails as a welcome respite from the long winter of indoor riding. Regardless of discipline, trail riding offers a great cross-training opportunity for you and your horse. Here are seven trail tips to make sure you have a safe and enjoyable trail season!
Enjoying a trail ride with your horse will mentally stimulate and emotionally refresh you, and you'll become a more balanced and confident team as you negotiate varied terrain and obstacles.
For the last 10 years, I have operated my lesson and training business under the name of Natural Horse Savvy. Over the past several years, I have worked to learn and grow as a rider, instructor, and trainer. With the recent expansion of my training business to Monroe, it’s become apparent that I have reached the next stage in my evolution as a trainer and instructor. I'm excited to announce that as of today, I’m formally transitioning our brand, our services, our company name, and all of our efforts to Seven Hills Training.
Hi! I'm Monica Meyette and I’m the lead instructor/trainer at Seven Hills Training, Read more...