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Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Teaching the Horse to Carry the Rider (13 replies - 1185 views)

Dear Mtn. Horse: I'm sorry to have taken a while to get back to you, but your message caught me in transit between Calif. and ...   Wed Sep 20th, 2017 03:11 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Working with the spooky nappy horse (16 replies - 2863 views)

Devvie -- I'm pleased you're carrying on with this, but beware of making your sessions so short that you wind up teaching your horse not ...   Sun Sep 17th, 2017 03:10 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Teaching the Horse to Carry the Rider (13 replies - 1185 views)

Dear Mountain Horse: I'm not hearing you argue at all. You just didn't give me enough, or the right, photos the first time. I agree ...   Thu Aug 24th, 2017 06:10 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Teaching the Horse to Carry the Rider (13 replies - 1185 views)

This last example is the most extreme; the photo was sent to me by Dr. Joe Lally, DC. The horse was euthanatized shortly after the ...   Thu Aug 24th, 2017 03:43 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Teaching the Horse to Carry the Rider (13 replies - 1185 views)

This set represents two mares similar to your own, Mountain Horse. They are insubstantial. The insubstantiality shows up in the legs, yes, but the catastrophic ...   Thu Aug 24th, 2017 03:33 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Teaching the Horse to Carry the Rider (13 replies - 1185 views)

These two examples are both substantial, heavy-built Quarter Horses who, unlike the QH mare above, have perfectly good couplings. I attribute the cause here to ...   Thu Aug 24th, 2017 03:19 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Teaching the Horse to Carry the Rider (13 replies - 1185 views)

In these two examples, the focus of the swayback is, or will be, in the lumbar span. Quarter Horses are frequently long between last ...   Thu Aug 24th, 2017 03:10 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Teaching the Horse to Carry the Rider (13 replies - 1185 views)

Mountain Horse -- Would learning to drive this horse appeal to you at all? You aren't doing anything wrong, except that trying to ride a ...   Thu Aug 24th, 2017 02:48 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Working with the spooky nappy horse (16 replies - 2863 views)

Yes, you beat me to it, Aloha, in making the suggestion that Devvie start with a wider plank. Also, be sure the horse doesn't know ...   Thu Aug 24th, 2017 02:16 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Dare I say 'Frame' (18 replies - 1884 views)

Oh! My mistake! So glad to know Mr. Williams is still with us. You might direct him to look at the posted photo, as it's ...   Tue Aug 22nd, 2017 09:54 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Dare I say 'Frame' (18 replies - 1884 views)

OK, Tegz, took me a little time to get back because I have to make sure that I understand what you meant as much ...   Tue Aug 22nd, 2017 06:32 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Dare I say 'Frame' (18 replies - 1884 views)

Tegz, you're obviously a very good student. But one of the things that can plague students is...."concept hash" which produces a string of ...   Mon Aug 21st, 2017 05:29 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Dare I say 'Frame' (18 replies - 1884 views)

Tegz, the horse grasps the bit. He holds it, like you would hold your grandmother's arm to walk her across the street -- neither pinching ...   Sun Aug 20th, 2017 07:15 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Dare I say 'Frame' (18 replies - 1884 views)

Oh, wonderful, I hadn't realized. Please people....by all means go. You won't have a better or more productive experience anywhere. -- Dr. Deb ...   Sat Aug 19th, 2017 04:53 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Dare I say 'Frame' (18 replies - 1884 views)

Yes, Tegz, almost 100% on this. The essential problem with Museler's concept, and the whole concept of the 'frame', is that a frame is something ...   Fri Aug 18th, 2017 08:52 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Dare I say 'Frame' (18 replies - 1884 views)

Tegz, I do teach both kinds of classes, but they are very different in terms of logistics. We can discuss details by private Email: office@equinestudies.org. ...   Wed Aug 16th, 2017 06:58 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Dare I say 'Frame' (18 replies - 1884 views)

Tegz, Tony already travels; look up his website and see where he's going to be. Tony is a traditional dressage trainer with a lot of ...   Mon Aug 14th, 2017 01:00 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Dare I say 'Frame' (18 replies - 1884 views)

Yes, good, Tegz: many horses need to get different things separated. Some of them need to get athletic effort vs. sexual excitement or effort separated. ...   Sun Aug 13th, 2017 05:40 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Bit seating and canine teeth (9 replies - 573 views)

Aloha, the critical thing with a curb chain is not the chain itself, but the hooks. Most leverage bits come with hooks way too short. ...   Sun Aug 13th, 2017 04:55 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Frothy Mouth (11 replies - 906 views)

The same; they just can't swallow very easily. ...   Sat Aug 12th, 2017 02:46 pm


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