Barbra Schulte interviewed Julie Goodnight for this recording. She specifically asked how Julie grows a connection with a horse and builds trust.
About Ride On with Julie Goodnight In every episode, I’ll share insight on training topics from ground manners to lead changes, horse behavior or riding tips. Listen anytime as you ride or on your drive to the barn. New episodes are released every month! Got Horse Goals? Start Your Journey: Download Julie’s Goal-Setting Guide & […]
Listen online now>> In this Certified Horsemanship Association episode we chat about exercises for more advanced riders with Anne Brzesicki of MTSU, Julie Goodnight has some advice on schooling your school horses to keep them in top form and we also learn all about the Interscholastic Equestrian Association. Listen in… Building confidence Exercises that create […]
Julie and Rick talk about ground manners and what happens when your horse moves into your space– with his nose or taking an unauthorized step. Learn about herd dominance and how the herd operates in the wild. Julie describes the sounds horses make. http://www.ricklamb.com http://ricklamb.com for more radio shows.
Certified Horsemanship Association–reasons to become certified and what the association does to teach the theory behind the skill; Improving Horsemanship; Safety Tips; Why to Ride with Your Heels Down; Behind the Scenes on Horse Master and on Rick Lamb’s TV Show http://ricklamb.com for more radio shows.
Julie shares her horse story and her love of horses, along with her programs, products, and services, including her new trailering DVD and the brand new Horse Master Interactive program. She also talks about the importance of technology and social media in her marketing plan. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/alabamahorsetalkradio/2014/02/18/julie-goodnight-on-alabama-horse-talk-radio
Horse Tip Daily #931 by Equestrian Collections – Cantering Tips from Julie Goodnight Today’s tip is from HORSES IN THE MORNING. Christy Landwher and Julie Goodnight from the Certified Horsemanship Association join the HITM crew to offer some great tips on creating more responsive canter transitions, lead lazy horses, and canter work for trail horses. […]