El Blanco loves grapes, Romanesque likes bananas, Maestro likes apples cut in slices, Toronto goes for carrots, and Prince Elmelund steals the pears in our garden!
Now our horse can perceive a treat – given by us personally – in two ways:
- 1. He sees it as a gift from you
- 2. He is taking it from you
But this is important:
Here’s the final video with a complete overview on the construction of our outdoor riding arena!
It was a fascinating process, and I just updated and completed my ‘confession’ post, so you can read all about the final steps>>
In that post you can also get an impression of my first training session in the new arena!
ST Mastery student Eva Žaludková from the Czech Republic passed Liberty 1 with her mare Area Doc Cody and with that Touchstone, she passed all 5 Touchstones in Grade 1!
Eva has some great insights to share about the Mastery and Evaluation Program, and how it has helped her on her wonderful ST journey:
ST Mastery student Lisa Byers from Canada passed Riding 1 with her gelding Harvey
and with that Touchstone, she passed all 5 Touchstones in Grade 1!
Lisa has some great insights to share about the Mastery and Evaluation Program, and how it has helped her on her wonderful ST journey:
In July 2018, the following ST Mastery Students from Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Lithuania, Netherlands, New Zealand, Russian Federation, South Africa, Sweden, UK, and the US – and ST Instructors from the Netherlands and UK who have passed a Touchstone or updated their Touchstone to the new standard in the ST Evaluation Program: