I read another article (again!) on the importance of taking note of the SMALL signs of improvement in our horses.
It’s there, each time, we just have to make sure to notice it. With the training going so slowly, taking years to improve in dressage, one can easily miss all the tiny things that get better each day.
I’ve decided to make sure to recognize at least one positive change in my horse each time I see her. It can be a really tiny thing, but I make sure to acknowledge it.
It’s been a few days, and I think it’s working already! Try it!
Today, sharing a big success, for the mare that couldn’t possibly jump over anything not that long ago.
Short play morning – 3 jumps in a row on the longside.
Holding a lunge line and filming with the mobile leaves no hand for a lunge whip. Point and shoot; she did this by herself happily.
The “garden chair crossrail”, a smashing chic backyard must-have .
Penciling in at least two more easy fun jump days before the end of May, then leaving it alone until late fall.
Go grey mare!