Josh Nichol explains how achieving that goal requires you to make a sincere effort to meet your horse's needs, not just fulfill your own.
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Josh finds that his horses are most likely to remain happy and sound when they are maintained with physiologically-correct barefoot trimming.
Trainer Josh Nichol helps you understand the spectrum of pressure and what to do in specific moments when horses feel overwhelmed.
If the challenges presented by your horse seem overwhelming, you can feel frustrated and even afraid. You may need a more suitable partner.
Josh Nichol discusses the power of “intention” in horse training, and why it’s so important to be clear about what you want from, and for, your horse.
Josh Nichol discusses the importance of discovering your strengths and weaknesses as a horseman, in order to become a good leader for your horse.
In part 4 of his series on self-carriage, Josh Nichol explains the importance of shoulder balance and how to achieve it, starting with a groundwork exercise
Part 2 of Josh Nichol’s series on achieving self-carriage features five simple ground exercises that will improve your horse’s mental and physical unity.
Trainer Josh Nichol explains how to help your horse achieve self-carriage under saddle through correct use of the seat, leg and rein aids.
Part 3 of Josh Nichol’s series on achieving self-carriage looks at how flexion at the horse’s poll is the key to balance and softness.
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