Downhill Tips

JulieGoodnight.com Logo

When your horse travels downhill, he lifts his back and reaches his hindquarters far beneath him for support and balance. He also uses his abdominal muscles. Help him get into this position by not leaning far back in the saddle, says top trainer/clinician Julie Goodnight. http://trailridermag.com/article/downhill-tips      

Sit The Spook

JulieGoodnight.com Logo

Sit the Spook Learn how to sit the spook on trail for safety and control with top trainer/clinician Julie Goodnight. All horses are capable of spooking. Horses are hardwired to flee in response to fear. They’re naturally programmed to watch for danger and for the herd leader’s cue for when to bolt. Get away first; […]