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Horsemanship Journal seeks to bring together inspiring and educational articles from horsemen and women the world over.

With no bias towards one method or another, Horsemanship Journal features experts from many disciplines and schools of thought.

Our authors and experts will help you to explore ways of being with your horse to develop a relationship that benefits both horse and handler.

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Ben produced a captivating virtual training environment, using video demonstrations and explanations and answering all of your questions. 

Specifically, Ben was exploring what it means to have too much of a good thing! Have you become stuck or plateaued? Do you have a clear picture of why and where you are going with Horsemanship exercises? 

In this episode, we discuss equine development and the effects of competition on developing horses.

Phillippa is a registered Equine Psychologist professional member of ISES (International Society for Equitation Science) and studies Equine Anatomy with the College of Equine Studies.



Anna talks about her inspiring horsemanship journey and how horses and moving to California changed the course of her life, as she began to see a new way of being, and observing the language of the horse.

Anna speaks about her personal drive to give horses that voice; she explains that their language goes far deeper than body language alone.

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