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Peggy does offer private one on one lessons, semi-private and group lessons.Peggy currently travels to Canada, Europe and all over...
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Connected Riding® foundation 100 level courses provide context, theory, and practice in Connected movement for riders, Connected groundwork for horses, and the basic elements of riding.
Are you ready to reach a new riding level? Peggy Cummings' book sums up all the basic concepts and...
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Hi Peggy and everyone else. I am not sure if this ok to post here, delete if not ok but I just wanted to share my riding experience after a connected riding clinic. I went to my 2nd connected riding clinic in Feb in NZ with Peggy. I haven't had lessons in the past, I don't compete, I want to stay safe and enjoy my horse. I am a happy hacker, love riding out beach forrest and at home. I went to the clinic with the goal to learn how to "unlock" my 10yr SB who when uptight, braces and becomes very stiff and has as much bend as a plank of wood!, especially on his Right rein. ).....anyway. At the clinic I learnt so many new tool's to combat this challenge, froggy legs, wiggle, rotation, rotation, rotation, minuscule muscle movements in calves, legs, soft back, more rotation, softer back, etc etc etc. Anyway, after the clinic, the next day I went riding at the forest and out onto the west coast beach. Yes, he went stiff and plank-like at times, but I used my new tools, and I ended up with a soft, responsive listening horse :) I was so happy that I could unlock him everytime he braced. Things have got even better. Yesterday I rode at the forest where the dragons live. We were not aware what the dragon was until 20 mins into the ride. We had no idea why my horse and dog were being so difficult. He was at times reluctant to go forward (my Jack Russell was hiding with his tail between his legs and kept running to the back of the group) Turns out, he gun club was having a shooting day at the rifle range that backs on to the forest. Long story short, my horse thought he was going to die, however, he NEVER braced and become stiff at all! My horse remained soft and responsive, he was exceptionally anxious, he was trembling, quivering, sweating and snorting, but no bracing!!!! He lead out, on a soft rein, listening to me the whole time, he was a star. I made sure I had a soft back, rotation, movement in my hips, softer back, minuscule movement in my legs, more rotation, toe to the heal, wiggle, arch of my foot to the ground, still soft back and rotation etc etc. THANK-YOU Peggy, I had a great day on my lovely Tai. My brain was tired as I concentrated on hearing your voice.....but I was so thrilled with the result, we had a great ride when we got away form the gun club ......just I had to share. :) THANKS
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