So what aids do you have to offer the horse who is responding to you at liberty? What if the horse decides to run crazy free when you have actually asked him to walk? You have no aid to back up your voice and body language . . . so what now? Kathy Baar will tackle these issues in a clinic October 25-29. Sharon Jantzen shares the info.
Wouldn’t you love to spend four nights and four days horse camping, enjoying fellow horseback riders, experiencing Montaña de Oro State Park all while supporting the Coastal Mounted Assistance group? Mark your calendars for October 5th – 9th. Sharon Jantzen gives you the scoop.
A horse drawn carriage is the perfect fit for a proposal – or marriage. As a carriage driver in San Luis Obispo, I was part of many romantic horse-involved beginnings. Sharon Jantzen shares two stories of marriage proposals using a horse.
Rodeo is in the blood of two local teens who recently journeyed to Gilette, Wyoming for the National High School Finals Rodeo. Kathryn Varian of Parkfield and Taite Stickler of San Luis Obispo both come from rodeo “stock”. Sharon Jantzen catches up with these two local rodeo stars and gets their stories of competing at the State and National levels.
Horse herd mentality plays a key role in how our reactions influence our horse’s reactions. If we remain calm, our horse will calm down easier and quicker. Horses naturally follow the leader, whether human or horse. Sharon Jantzen shares her story “Whoa Nellie” – a little story of a time where thinking like a head mare in an emergency saved a situation.