- Is your horse tense whilst being ridden?
- Does he not want to turn to one side?
- Or does he always walk too fast or too slow?
- Does your horse often strike or does he even rear or buck?
- Perhaps he is often lame when you ride?
- Does your riding sometimes feel more like a fight, because your horse always pulls at one side of the bit?
You are not the only one who sometimes feels this way! A lot of riders face these problems when they ride.
On the third Monday of the year it’s Blue Monday, the most depressing day of the year, according to researchers.
The third Monday of January has been awarded with this cheerless title due to a combination post-Christmas blues, credit card bills on the doormat, failure of New Year’s resolutions and – in Europe – cold dark nights and awful weather.
The result: feeling down, being inactive and the tendency to give up totally.
Here are 9 things you might like to think and do to stick to your goal, to beat Blue Monday!
All riders know WHAT they do.
A number of riders know HOW they do it.
Fewer riders know WHY they do what they do.
Google Book Search has scanned in a translation of the book of François Robichon de La Guérinière:
“Ecole de Cavalerie”
The translation is made by William Frazer.
You can directly have access for free to this rare translation!
Click HERE to have access to “Ecole de Cavalerie” >>
Sometimes the training of your horse doesn’t turn out as you’ve expected.
Your plan doesn’t equal reality.
Then it is easy just to quit, give up and ignore the hard work you have put into your horses’ schooling.
But you could think of a ‘setback’ like this: