Judy Weinmann

  • This is such a great way to get the horses paying attention right away (assuming you’ve taught it well and keep it in your warm-ups or apply it on your trail rides or arena every time you ride to keep it fresh in your horse’s mind for when you need it! Anyone can learn to teach this exercise…it’s simple, builds in 3 steps and you’ve explained…[Read more]

  • I found this article VERY EYE OPENING AND HELPFUL!!!! Thanks, Julie for teaching us (I, too am a professional instructor, but learn something NEW every time I read, go to clinics, horse events,, watch programs, etc..) about this domino effect happening quite often in “horse gatherings. I will definitely share this information with my 4-H group…[Read more]

  • This is such a “well written article and you did a wonderful job of listing EVERYTHING I could have thought of to help folks handle and deal as best as possible…THE LOSS OF YOUR GOOD FRIEND AND PARTNER~ We have 6 horses buried on our property (and have 3 senior horses in our barn…all our horses for the 45 years here on our ranch have been…[Read more]

  • Judy Weinmann commented on the post, A Devoted Horse 3 years ago

    I love this article. It’s very well written and easy to understand. I, too, have been a trainer, instructor and breeder for half a century and have found horses and helping them with their people is and will always be my passion. I thank you, Julie Goodnight for what you do and have done to help horses and people and admire your teaching skills…[Read more]