Our photo gallery shows the progression and the effects of Connected Riding and Connected Groundwork on both horse and rider. It is important to be able to 'develop an eye' for alignment in movement, functional biomechanics, and healthy postures in riders and horses. Note the rider posture - where is the ear, hip, and ankle alignment? What is the relationship of the base of the horse's neck, his back, and his hind legs? There is a certain look to connection and coming through; it is a dynamic process, not a static posture. Enjoy looking at our album and feel free to send us your Connected photos, too!
Our library is a selection of magazine articles about Peggy and her work, as well as other documents about Connected Riding research, Peggy, our instructors, and related topics.