Low n slow x2!

Groundwork is key! But making it fun helps the horse soak it in to where, no matter how long it’s been since practiced, they pick it up right away!

Good, quality groundwork is obvious when just watching a horse move.

If you take the time on the ground it’ll save you time in frustration while in the saddle.

No short cuts, be patient, be consistent and be generous when your horse gives you any amount of try.

Published by Jillian

I specialize in problem horses, youngsters, horse rehabilitation and achieving softness and a better relationship between horse and their rider. I not only train horses but humans as well. Not your typical riding lesson but I can, if you so choose, teach you to train your horse! I’m always available to help answer questions or share photos or videos upon request to better illustrate my advice. I’ve mastered the “don’t break the bank” way of keeping your horse healthy and cared for while on a budget. If you walk into almost any large barn in Oregon you’re bound to meet a horse I trained or sold! I’ve trained over 623 horses and counting! I post updates as I receive them from clients and buyers. Thank you for taking the time to browse and hopefully learn something new!

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