With Horses
Farewell 2020

Farewell 2020

December 31, 2020
Think Like a Horse: Catching

Think Like a Horse: Catching

May 9, 2012

Enjoy some tips to help make catching easier!

Nuri’s Feet with Julie & Lynette

Nuri’s Feet with Julie & Lynette

October 17, 2011

I discuss the problem of Nuri's recurring abscesses with Lynette Herrick, a South Carolina based farrier specializing in barefoot trimming. She has an interesting perspective on healing horse's feet without the use of corrective shoeing. I learned something... I hope you will, too! ~ Julie Robins

Breakthroughs!

Breakthroughs!

September 5, 2011

Kendra talks about the importance of letting stuff break... so you can fix it!

Teaching Your Horse Patience

Teaching Your Horse Patience

September 5, 2011

Patience is not a virtue for a horse... it's a learned behavior! Any horse can learn to stand still, the trick is getting him to feel safe first. In this episode, I talk about how important it is to distinguish between "holding your horses" and your horse holding himself still. Enjoy! ~ Kendra

The Importance of the Hindquarter Yield

The Importance of the Hindquarter Yield

August 29, 2011

Julie Robins talks about the most important of the Foundational Elements: the hindquarter yield, or "hindquarter." Learn more at www.JulieRobins.com

Whoa!

Whoa!

August 29, 2011

In this episode, Julie Robins discusses why the word "WHOA" is not in her lexicon. Learn more at www.JulieRobins.com

Ear Pinning Part 3

Ear Pinning Part 3

August 3, 2011

This is the final podcast in the three part series on ear pinning. Here Kendra discusses how to correct dominant or aggressive ear pinning.

Ear Pinning Part 2

Ear Pinning Part 2

August 3, 2011

The second in a three part series on ear pinning. This podcast discusses how to tell if your horse is pinning his ears out of fear or defensiveness, and what to do about it.

Ear Pinning Part 1

Ear Pinning Part 1

August 3, 2011

Horses communicate primarily with body language, and committed students of the horse are always watching a horse's ears for clues on how he is feeling. Ear pinning is a very important signal to notice and understand. This is the first in a three part series that discusses the causes of ear pinning, why it is undesirable, and how to address it. Thanks for listening! ~ Kendra

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