This podcast is designed for horsemen and riders of all ages and disciplines. It covers a variety of horse-related issues including emergency planning in the event of a natural disaster, how to chose an instructor, the meaning of soft feel, the "mental game" and many more topics.
The term “ride forward” can mean different things to different people. In this episode, Lyn gives us a definition of riding forward as well as how to accomplish it with our horses. (Thank you to the band Miller and Sasser for their composition “East Texas Pines” which we used for the musical background for this podcast.)
Importance of the Halt/Stop
In this episode Lyn Ringrose-Moe talks about the importance of making a correct halt/stop. She also walks us through how to make the perfect stop and how it’s all in the preparation. (Thanks to Derek Clegg and his composition of “Selfish” which provided our musical background.)
How much time do you need to spend with your horse?
Are you like most riders who can easily feel guilty about not spending more time with their horse? In this episode Lyn talks about this issue, and just like most things in life, it’s quality time that wins out. . (Thanks go to the artists Thorn and Shout for the composition of “Trouble” which we used as our musical background.)
What is positive tension? Why is it important in riding? In this episode Lyn discusses “positive tension” and how it contributes to soft feel. (Thanks to Miller and Sasser for “East Texas Pines” which provided our musical background.)
Letting Others Ride or Lease Your Horse
Lyn suggests factors to consider before allowing others to ride your horse. She also talks about important elements when leasing your horse including the importance of communication. (Thanks to the artist Krestovsky for “Litterbug” which we used as our background music.)
What Separates a Great Rider from a Good Rider
Relying on her years of training horses and teaching students, Lyn describes essential characteristics which separate a great rider from a good rider. (Thank you to the band Miller and Sasser for their composition “East Texas Pines” which we used for the musical background for this podcast.)
Thank you Joan and Lyn
This is a powerful and touching podcast. It’s shocking how thoroughly covered each topic is, in only 10 minutes. It would be great if they were done weekly and maybe once a month have a longer one. Thank you and please keep producing.