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Letters > I'm Looking for a Trainer to Train My Horse - or Watch Me Train My Horse/Trainers - Finding the Right One

"I would like to have someone work with me or I watch them work with my horse and then I will work him"

 
 

Dear Keith...

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Hi, thanks for the note - If you're looking for somebody to work with you: You can find a list of my clinics here: http://www.horsemanship101.com/John-Lyons-Trainer-Clinics/Where-and-When.html. I will add more clinics to the list when I flesh out my '08 schedule this coming Feb or March. You can find a list of local trainers beginning here: http://www.horsemanship101.com/John-Lyons-Trainer-Links/John-Lyons-Trainers-US-1.html. Regards, Keith Hosman horsemanship101.com ________________________________ From: Carolie Addison [mailto:caroliea@hotmail.com] Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2007 11:25 AM To: Horsemanship101 Subject: RE: Carolie now you can listen to Lyons horse training online No one probably will read this but anyway.... I agree with all that was said but I would like to have someone work with me or I watch them work with my horse and then I will work him but I suppose nothing like that is ever available... it is just advice and videos correct? ________________________________ To: caroliea@hotmail.com From: kh@horsemanship101.com Date: Sat, 8 Dec 2007 06:00:41 -0500 Subject: Carolie now you can listen to Lyons horse training online Right click to get pictures "Lyons Training 101" Keith Hosman, Certified Trainer Horsemanship101.com Listen Online: Audio Training Clinic Info - Find a Trainer - How-To Articles - Training by Topic - Subscription Settings - Shop Listen to Training Online (If this email looks odd or the links don't work, visit this page: horsemanship101.com/audio/info.html .) Carolie, now you can listen to horse training online. Starting today you can listen to John Lyons' son Josh explain the Lyons methods. When possible, each of our online articles will now feature a quick audio clip that either explains the exercise in greater detail or simply "adds a layer of understanding." Find it at: Horsemanship101.com/Audio Visit our audio archive anytime and check it out for yourself. It's at Horsemanship101.com/Audio. The clips are short (or they'd take forever to download) and address popular topics like: * bucking, rearing and jiggy horses * what "giving to the bit" is supposed to feel like * make your horse stand still or get moving * how to teach "straight," pre-cues and more! Note that the recordings were made live and informally and therefore contain pops and clicks. Putting that aside, we feel that the clips are invaluble to your study, each serving to enhance existing articles. Our training features the easy, proven methods of John Lyons as written by his son Josh and Certified John Lyons Trainer Keith Hosman. Note: Audio clips are large files and may take a moment to download. Again, the web address for our audio archive is: http://horsemanship101.com/Audio. - - - Do you now someone who needs a little help? Pass the word, tell a friend . Online Study Coming in 2007 Horsemanship101 study courses coming in 2007: * "Fear" * "Top Five Training Tips of All Time" * "Bolting, Bucking and Buddy Sour" And if you haven't yet signed up for our existing course "Controlling Your Horse's Speed" - do it today - and be first in line for our next series! Visit Horsemanship101.com/Courses Listen To John Lyons "Conversations with John Lyons" 5 CD collection * listen in your car! * fear; attention; calm down now; biting; ears & feet * also sold separately Shop online Your Horse Is Going To Spook Here's a favorite horse-training tip, excerpted from our article "Your Horse Is Going To Spook - Are You Ready? ": "It's not a matter of "if" your horse spooks, it's "when." It's not a matter of how broke your horse is. Sooner or later it will see something that makes it spook. You can't control your environment so you can't blame your environment. If somebody comes up and throws something at your horse or drops something in front of your horse, and your horse spooks and you get bucked off, it's not their fault and it's not the horse's fault. The first thing you do may be to blame that person - but it's not their fault that your horse bolted or spooked. It has nothing to do with them. It has to do with the fact that you lost control of your horse. It's your fault. Because if you put your safety in their hands, you're guaranteed to get hurt. It's your responsibility to train and ride your horse correctly. Too many things can happen...." Read the entire article by following the link (above) or by visiting Horsemanship101.com/Articles . 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" "Horse trainer or not, I could walk by my horse all day and he doesn't have to even recognize that I'm here - and it would be a waste of my time to ask him to do anything. But if I took a stick and started poking him, then all of a sudden it becomes a whole lot more important to the horse that "I'm here." When you ask a horse to do something, a lot of other things are going to draw his attention and it's important that you become more important, no matter what it takes. As the trainer, the horse has to fully recognize that you're there. That's important, otherwise, you can't get to the next step: You can't get him to respond in a certain way. Our articles are online and available 24/7 562 North Little Creek Road, Utopia, TX 78884, USA To unsubscribe or change subscriber options visit: http://www.aweber.com/z/r/?zKyMHMzstMycTCwMzOzM ________________________________ The best games are on Xbox 360. Click here for a special offer on an Xbox 360 Console. Get it now!

 

 

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Hi, thanks for the note - If you're looking for somebody to work with you: You can find a list of my clinics here: http://www.horsemanship101.com/John-Lyons-Trainer-Clinics/Where-and-When.html. I will add more clinics to the list when I flesh out my '08 schedule this coming Feb or March. You can find a list of local trainers beginning here: http://www.horsemanship101.com/John-Lyons-Trainer-Links/John-Lyons-Trainers-US-1.html. Regards, Keith Hosman horsemanship101.com

 
 
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