When novice riders start a new method, then - after practicing the basics a few times - they often say that 'their horse gets bored'.
Now most of the time it's a projection of their own 'boredom';
When a rider is only practicing the 'names' of the exercise and not really the 'essence', that might lead to loss of interest.
And when a rider is only concentrating on the WHAT of an exercise and not on the WHY, that might lead to a 'dull' training.
Boredom also comes from if you start to compare with yesterday and when you start to expect, when you stop having an open mind for all the tiny details, when you stop being just interested in what happens, or when you stop having a beginner's mind.
So oftentimes the boredom comes from not really knowing WHY you do WHAT you do or when you lose curiosity.
Or it comes from not knowing the Bigger Picture; not knowing where you are now, what’s coming next and what you're heading for. That might make you feel aimless.
Now when you don't know why you do what you do and where to go, how would your horse know?
So never lose sight of the Bigger Picture - always start with the end goal in mind.
This really is worth watching - not only useful insights and tips, but also seeing the learning stages that both a less experienced and more experienced horse had to go through to achieve the desired results.
All 4 video clips are accompanied by easy to understand theory and explanations, which makes it easy to follow and the processes even more clear!
Plus the downloadable manuals are very informative, useful and helpful!
So don't miss out on it and join the course, it's 100% free: