Lauren Doyle here.
Horses are in my blood.
When I first started down the road of trying to learn great horsemanship, I didn’t know where to start or who to trust because there was so much information out there. I was bombarded by 800 people telling me 800 conflicting ideas of how to do everything and anything with a horse.
It was really frustrating.
I just wanted to understand my horses better and get along with them. What is even more frustrating is that it still happens today. People want to tell you what they know, all the time, good or bad.
Understanding your horse
I have a lot more experience today than when I was first starting out. I was fortunate enough to do a 12 year apprenticeship in dressage with the late Master Horseman, Ed Rothkranz, and get to work with another incredible horseman, the late Ray Hunt. Both were great at understanding the horse and where he comes from, and both had a mutual respect for each other even though they came from completely different worlds.
In working with these amazing horsemen, I was able to recognize common threads of wisdom about horses and how they relate to humans in a way that no one else was talking about. When I began understanding and applying what they were teaching me, I saw real changes in my horses and how they related to me.
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“If you are not following ClinicHorsemanship.com, I believe you are missing out on one of the best online resources to come along in some time! Ms. Doyle seems to have an incredible knack for distilling gems of wisdom from exceptional horsemen and presenting them in a logical format. I predict great things ahead for Clinic Horsemanship.”
- Bill Kraatz, a licensed FEI official
Bill was an official for the 2010 World Equestrian Games, 2011 and 2012 Kentucky Dressage Association CDI*** and 2011, 2012, and 2013 Rolex Kentucky 3 Day Events CCI****
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