July 20, 2021

The secret to flow through the obstacles showing a horse walkin in the livestock pen.

I hope you've been enjoying the 'secrets' I've been sharing in this blog.
I've got another, much bigger one for you today to help you flow through the obstacles.

Does it sometimes feel awkward to begin an obstacle? Does your tempo keep changing and sometimes your horse feels tense and resistant?

I've written a much longer post, with videos and diagrams too.
You can access it here: The Secret To Making  Obstacles Flow.

In addition to that I have some other tips I'll send you so you can improve your horse's flow, tempo and straightness.

Don't forget to  share these 'secret' posts with your friends so they can benefit too, by clicking the share buttons above.

You CAN learn how to improve your horse's skills from online courses and tips such as these.
But only if you implement.

So sign up for the  
Secret To Making Obstacles Flow
Write down the steps as a reminder for what you're going to try in your next ride.
Take them to the barn and try them out.
Come on back when you're done and let me know how it went.

Before you go to the next article,
I'd love to read your comments and answer your questions below.

Question: Should I Circle The Pen in Working Equitation?

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About the author 

Trish Hyatt

International Coach and Clinician
National and International Top 10 Competitor
Technical Delegate and Judge of Working Equitation (retired)

Trish's superpower is the ability to give you and your horse what you need, in a way that you understand, so each horse and rider makes progress and knows what they need to work on.

She puts her many skills to use introducing the international discipline of Working Equitation to riders eager to improve their partnership with their horse, with a focus on fun, classical horsemanship and use of the horse for practical work or as cross-training for other disciplines.

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Question: Should I Circle The Pen in Working Equitation?

Drifting Away From Obstacles