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Sat April 15, 2017 -- Chesterland OH -- Refine Your Feel WORKSHOP

You know
there’s more in your horse

Find out what is
most often missed
that your horse
most needs you to know

Refine Your Feel
WORKSHOP with Karen Musson

Saturday, April 15th
Legacy Equestrian Center
Chesterland, OH
(Just Register Now? Click Here)

Why Attend?

  • Understand how even the skilled use of pressure can get in the way of your best partnership
  • Find out which ‘blind-spots’ may be sabotaging your partnership
  • See how to shift your Feel & Timing to release brace and Feel your horse's mind in your fingertips
  • Experience this difference in Feel for yourself so you can get started with your own horse

What is your horsemanship goal...? What's your dream...?
What keeps you up at night...? What's Stopping you?

questionboxJ25  Are you really an "Alpha" or "boss" style leader at heart, or do prefer the idea of your horse as your co-pilot?

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questionboxJ25 Are you sure about how to really "fit" your particular horse through Feel? Is there a rough spot or block of some kind in your equine partnership you really want to resolve, or do you just "know" there's more in your horse you are not quite reaching? Do you wish you knew how to "find the way in" reliably for a deeper or easier connection?

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questionboxJ25  Do you sometimes feel like you are "confronting" your horse when things get challenging? Perhaps it even feels like a bit of a fight? What if you could take your horsemanship skill to where it is no longer necessary to "work through" the brace (with brace), where solving a challenge not only feels good to both of you in the process but adds trust and meaning to the partnership as a direct result?

What is at the top the list for you?

 

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 2017 WORKSHOPS

What do you actually need to know to put the conditions in place for the next level of partnership (and beyond) to become inevitable? That is the core focus of our workshops. 

With the help of hundreds of horses - every one of them a unique teacher - I have found out more in the last 10 years about their exquisite capacity for a higher level of partnership than I ever dreamed existed in the previous 30 years. I must thank Chase - the horse who first whispered, then suggested, then insisted by 2006 "That's not it Karen... Go Deeper" for making ultimately inevitable this discovery of what I was missing. It changed my horsemanship forever - when you can reliably touch this other place in your horse there's just no going back. And that's my stand - to help you experience that too, your way for your horse and your horsemanship.

Think it's all a bit too "elusive"? Well, I understand first hand why it can seem that way - the good news is, through clinics, private coaching and video coaching, I've developed a framework of principles to apply and structure to follow step-by-step, down to such specific details you cannot miss

 

Registration Now Open
Limited Spots -- First come, First Served
(Bring your favorite portable chair and a notepad!)

A shift in your Feel & Timing to better fit your horse can be enough to unlock your next level of partnership. What's in your Feel defines your partnership. Why? Because Feel is the main thing your horse has to go on - it's how he's "wired". This means Your Feel is the direct line to your horse - when applied with clarity that fits Your Horse. Join us to understand and practice how:

Whether you want to "just" find your flow out on the trail, bust open the door to master your real potential 
or simply refine your feel in a great connection you already enjoy, we invite you to Come Join Us!

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Mark Rashid

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"I see an 'opening' as anything that allows us to help guide, however briefly, an individual in the direction we ultimately would like to go. An 'opening' can be, and often is, a very subtle form of communication between horse and rider that can easily slip past us if we're not paying attention. 'Openings' can and do work both ways. [...] It amazes me just how small an 'opening' can actually be, whether working with horses or with people, and how easy it can be to create an 'opening' when one is needed."

Mark Rashid

"I truly believe developing the ability to see and use 'openings' effectively is only one piece of what one might refer to as the 'harmony in horsemanship' puzzle. When this idea of understanding 'openings' is brought together with the understanding of two other simlar ideas - making a connection with another indvidual, and the role distance plays in overall communication - I believe it is then that harmony in horsemanship becomes a much less daunting concept for us."

Mark Rashid

Leslie Desmond

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"Bill knew about a place I did not know existed, or could exist, between a horse and a human being [...] Bill included each one of my horses in that information exchange. Over the course of many months,... he took each one by its lead rope and, later, by the bridle reins. Using what he called his 'better feel', Bill showed me and each of them exactly what he meant by what he did [...] It was not long after I made the switch from force when needed (often) to always customizing the feel I offered to a horse, that two tough horses I had misunderstood for years developed into my most reliable mounts."

Leslie Desmond

The lightest hands carry intent that is recognized instantly by the horse, as seen in the maneuvers he chooses to make with his feet. Whether that horse is ridden or handled, the lightest hands can purposefully influence the speed, direction and sequence of each foot with accuracy, in a manner that is reflected in the horse's body and on his face.

Leslie Desmond

Bill Dorrance

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"The Real Masters Understood Feel [...] For example, De Kerbrech, (French officer in the cavalry of Napoleon III) really understood horses. He had it fixed up so the horse could succeed. [...] The first time I read Beudant's book was in the 1950s. The way he explained things, there was no doubt in my mind about what a person needed to do to get these little things working for them and their horse."

Bill Dorrance

“Feel, timing and balance: sometimes it’s best to talk about feel, timing and balance separately, and to learn how to apply each thing separately on the start. But when you apply these three things a little later in your training, then you see that each one of these things supports the other. They are interconnected and all three are real important. You really can’t get along without all three.”

Bill Dorrance

Faverot de Kerbrech

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“...plus le deplacement du poids est facile dans tous les sens, plus l'equilibre est parfait. En vertue de ce principe, on dit que le cheval est 'en equilibre' quand de simples indications suffisent au cavalier pour modifier a son gre la disposition du poids sur ses colonnes de soutien”

Faverot de Kerbrech

[Translation: ...the easier it is to shift the weight in any direction, the more perfect the balance. By virtue of this principle, the horse is 'in balance' when a simple indication from the rider is sufficient to modify the distribution of weight across the columns of support (four quarters) accordingly]

Duke of Newcastle

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"You must in all Airs follow the strength, spirit, and disposition of the horse, and do nothing against nature; for art is but to set nature in order, and nothing else."

William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle

"A confrontational approach ‘Astonishes the Weak Horse […] makes a Furious horse Madd; makes a Resty Horse more Resty […] and Displeases all sorts of Horses’. The alternative however is not ‘to Sit Weak […] but to Sit Easie’, in the understanding that ‘The Horse must know you are his Master’"

William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle