Boulder, CO, December 07, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- MyHorse Daily, a new online community featuring daily articles from industry experts, how-to videos and horse care tips, announces the release of a new free training guide for horse owners: Julie Goodnight’s Tips for Riding a Horse: How to Ride a Horse at the Canter. MyHorse Daily members may download the guide for free at http://myhorse.com/free-guides/julie-goodnights-tips-for-riding-a-horse-how-to-ride-a-horse-at-the-canter/.
Many equestrians and horse lovers have severe anxiety when it comes to loping their horses. Horses may be fearful of a canter departure as a result of other inexperienced riders who have pulled on their mouths or slammed on their backs during the canter transition. Top trainer/clinician Julie Goodnight offers a simple, step-by-step method to overcome the fear of loping and to effectively collect your horse at the canter.
In the free guide Julie Goodnight’s Tips for Riding a Horse: How to Ride a Horse at the Canter, Goodnight offers advice for riders who are afraid to lope their horses or who are afraid of the canter departure. Goodnight also explains how to properly collect your horse at the canter while still remaining light with your cues to your horse. Through Goodnight’s simple, easy-to-read instructions, riders will learn how to relax, how to ask for the canter in the way that is best for the horse, and how to properly sit the canter.
This guide is free to MyHorse Daily members and is an invaluable resource for anyone seeking to improve their horsemanship skills. Sign up for a free MyHorse Daily membership and download Julie Goodnight’s Tips for Riding a Horse: How to Ride a Horse at the Canter at http://myhorse.com/free-guides/julie-goodnights-tips-for-riding-a-horse-how-to-ride-a-horse-at-the-canter/.
Julie Goodnight has a varied background ranging from dressage and jumping to racing, reining, colt-starting and wilderness riding. She teaches “Classic Skills for a Natural Ride” and travels extensively to film her award-winning television show, “Horse Master,” as well as to appear at horse expos, conferences and clinics. Her training and teaching techniques are frequent features in such magazines as Horse&Rider and The Trail Rider. In 2008 she was named Equine Affair’s Exceptional Equestrian Educator. For more information on Julie Goodnight, please visit juliegoodnight.com.
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