Anne Gage

Articles by Anne Gage - 48 results

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Training

Solving Common Training Issues

Most of these training issues can be resolved by going back to basics and establishing relaxation and balance through correct bend.

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Finding the Right Balance

Improve your position and develop an independent seat.

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Finding Frame

Find out the meaning of "putting your horse in a frame" and how to achieve correct posture under saddle.

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Grooming is Ground Work

More than just a chore, grooming plays an important role in how your horse feels about you and the time you spend together - both on the gro

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Fit to Be Tied

Teach your horse to stand calmly whenever and wherever he is tied.

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Quiet Hands, Quiet Horse

Hands that are light, quiet and soft enhance the horse's balance, suppleness and way of carrying himself by supporting the direction given by the rider.

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It’s All in the Timing

Struggling to get your horse to respond to your aids? The problem might not be what you're asking, but when.

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The Importance of Collection

Anne Gage explains the true meaning of collection, how to achieve it, and why it's so important to your horse's progression.

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Behaviour

Reducing Separation Anxiety

Hundreds of years of domestication have not erased the fear and stress of separation from the herd that is ingrained into the amygdale.

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Behaviour

Transforming Frenzied to Friendly

Your horse should display passive body language and easily move out of your way when asked. This article will look at why food-related aggression develops.