A situation like this needs more security as with students above 14 yrs. You need a horse that acts and responds faster than others, is willing to assist you as your co-trainer and is able to read the students horse.
I really hope the young rider has a helmet under her red cap.............
Yes, she wear a helmet under the beanie..but it's a girl, you know! Take a look at me FB Page (Stewart.Horsemanship) with some more picures about our RBT-Methode and this young rider. Thank you for your comment!
After looking at your three pages, I am really confused. What is RBT? Something you came up with or something you learned from someone else? What does it mean? What are you trying to show with these pages?
I'm really sorry, but the language you have used and the sheer number of misspelled words doesn't lend anything to your credibility. Perhaps you should have someone read what you wrote and correct your language and spelling to communicate what it is you want to say. People will look to you as a great trainer if you present yourself as someone who can communicate well with people AND horses.
Mustang65: Please try again to visit my blog and hopefully you get the answer. I'm sorry for the misspelled words! Sometimes the brain is faster than fingers.
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Last updated on 01-17-2012