Rearing Eventer | 1
The Principles Of Training • 35m
In this episode, Warwick explores the principle of Work With The Horse You Have Today, going further into the human aspect of training by expounding on American philosopher Wayne Dyer's quote "When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change". The horse featured in this episode is an imported Oldenburg eventing mare that has chronic stopping, rearing and spinning away from jumps issues, as well as spooking issues. Warwick shows how he looks at the "problem" as valuable information about how the mare is feeling, and listens to what the mare has to say in order to help her through her issues.
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Rearing Eventer | 2
In part 2 of the Rearing Eventer, Warwick uses the mare's new found ability to find a happy place, and get her to where she will approach the scary banners in his arena. Then, after 5 weeks with him, he takes the mare home and helps her and her trainer with a jumping session, where they use the t...
A Riding Session With Bundy
In this video, Warwick rides his horse Bundy in what would be a "normal" session for them and points out the Principles of Training to explain why he does what and when, as well as highlighting what he calls the “focus work under saddle.”
Teaching The Stop With Bundy
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