I feel so very excited
Well, where do I start? Just wanted to say thank you Cat Wilton from the bottom of
my heart for such a wonderful four days with you and the gang. You
created such a great atmosphere which really was supportive and
encouraging the learning process. And thank you for the help and support
you gave to Mr B and myself.
I had an amazing weekend with my horses
It was wonderful to meet Peggy and it was an honor to being able to spend
I keep coming back to connected riding
Alara and I are doing fabulous with our new riding skills! So many new pieces to the puzzle! I do believe I have told you this before but if not, you as a trainer have changed my riding for the better more than any single person ever has. I can now also say that about Peggy… I so want to be a part of Connected riding, I keep coming back to connected riding, I always get such wonderful tools and ways to improve and become more connected
Linda Lee Bower, PA
--Linda Lee Bower
I was very inspired
Pieces of the puzzle keep presenting themselves just when I need them
to improve my horsemanship. Asymmetries in the horse can be obvious at
times, and very subtle at others. Yesterday Peggy showed us the power of
Connected ground exercises to bring about changes in the horse's
body's. I was very inspired and anxious to get to my horses to see what I
could see (and fix). It was a great day. Thanks to all!
most importantly how powerful Peggy's groundwork exercises
Spent a few hours yesterday with Peggy Cummings, Judy Good, Carolyn Libby, and Rhonda Hockett at Carolyn's farm. We worked with a mare with some soundness and movement issues and a two year old filly. Both horses presented us with lots of opportunities to learn.
We had many opportunities for questions and time to discuss. One take away was a better feel for recognizing some body issues and ways we can correct them form the body workers perspective, and most importantly how powerful Peggy's groundwork exercises are and how they alone can make a huge difference. We must continue to think of ways to diplomatically encourage our students to consistently utilize the ground work to improve their horses.
I also noticed how important it is that the horses can move in a way that the sequence in the footfalls is correct before we ask for more push from behind.
Great day of sharing and wonderful comraderie. Looking forward to our next play date in 3 weeks.
October 9-11 clinic
Never having done groundwork it was truly amazing to see the results a few soft hand placements on the horse's head could bring. Even more amazing was that I could execute direction with minimal effort after being shown these techniques! Many thanks for a very valuable and fun weekend!