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  2. Event Title: Horse Training Mastery Course Event Author: georgia_pearl Calendar: Ransley Events Event Date: 11/01/2020 09:00 AM to 11/11/2020 05:00 PM IMMERSE YOURSELF IN HORSEMANSHIP - with a Horse Training Mastery Class with Shane Ransley. NOVEMBER 1 to 11 2020 - QSSC Woolooga Qld *with an off day on the 6th of November* Nothing beats experience when it comes to mastery in any subject and Horse Training is no exception. If you want to truly understand horses, to communicate with them effectively, to know what to do, when and how to help them quickly and clea
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    IMMERSE YOURSELF IN HORSEMANSHIP - with a Horse Training Mastery Class with Shane Ransley. NOVEMBER 1 to 11 2020 - QSSC Woolooga Qld *with an off day on the 6th of November* Nothing beats experience when it comes to mastery in any subject and Horse Training is no exception. If you want to truly understand horses, to communicate with them effectively, to know what to do, when and how to help them quickly and clearly....even instinctively....then the only way to do that is to expose yourself to as much experience as possible. Imagine how much you would absorb in a cla
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  5. Join us this weekend, either in person or dropping us a line at the amazing "Moornanyah" Station in Outback NSW. Theme: Crazy Colourful Home Made Obstacles Time: From 3pm Bring: Your own obstacle and create it in the arena BYO meat for BBQ dinner and drinks on the arena hill. We will also be hosting the very first QS Virtual Kids chat at 6pm!
  6. Join us at the beautiful "Moornanyah" Station, the home of the Homfray family near Ivanhoe NSW. We will spend the weekend of building an better understanding of communication and the power of focus and how it will improve your connection in movement with your horse. This clinic is brilliant for students of the Quantum Savvy Foundation Program or anyone that is interested in building a safer, stronger connection with your horse.The lesson will be split into two groups, with participation and auditing throughout the day. Focus will be on personal space, following focus, feel, position and transi
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  8. Event Title: Geelong Practice Groups Virtual Coffee Catch Up Event Author: Brumbygirls Calendar: QS Coaches Event Date: 10/05/2020 07:00 PM Hey everyone, It's been a bit of a challenge keeping connected so here's what I propose.. Once a month I'd like to catch up with you all in an informal Practice Group zoom chat to see each other, ask homework questions and generally find out what we've all been up to. Join me at 7pm on the first Monday evening of each month. All students are welcome. Find the link details below: Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/49144362
  9. Hey everyone, It's been a bit of a challenge keeping connected so here's what I propose.. Once a month I'd like to catch up with you all in an informal Practice Group zoom chat to see each other, ask homework questions and generally find out what we've all been up to. Join me at 7pm on the first Monday evening of each month. All students are welcome. Find the link details below: Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/4914436285?pwd=aC9raGVjQzlFSWg4ai85Y0lCeVZydz09 Meeting ID: 491 443 6285 Passcode: 2aRGeH Im not sure if the password will reset each month but w
  10. Hi everyone, Heres a quick video to help guide you thru the process of uploading your videos from your iPhone or smartphone for Gold Members.
  11. Congratulations Adele and Fonzie
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  13. Adele you are on fire! Well done. I am really, really pleased to hear that you are making progress with Holly. I know she has not been easy but boy is she lucky to have found you. M
  14. Way to go Adele and Fonzie. Great job you two and in very good time also! M
  15. Hey what she doing, i would say back in the day you would call it stubbornness. But i know now its lack of confidence, I encourage her and we are working through the homework we have forward but could be better , sideways and backwards . "Alas" horse training is right next door now in November .We trucked Frankie and Ruby to Jones St very happy she took my offer to go in it was a sweet moment. With the farrier it was a shuffle but now i just send her sideways back to Leigh and we work on lots of release with even a small lift ,there is no Malice in this mare. I don't think she every been ask
  16. Hi Simone, You are progressing along nicely, and I hear your team of ponies is moving to higher ground - that is further North of course. So I am sure getting her onto the float is becoming a need really soon. Your certainly on the right track, and as Mel said, floating and lifting the back feet is connected to all the aspects of the leadership module, so keep ticking away at those homework cards. Backwards, forward, through, under and over are all going to help with her floating, and getting her to think about lifting those feet confidently. What is she doing when asking for l
  17. Hi Bindibo, Sounds like you are doing well with her - the best way to set your girl up for success with floating is to get her foundations nice and solid. Getting her more confident with picking up her back feet will certainly help with stepping onto different surfaces. Have you been working through the Leadership module with her? Getting all those boxes ticked off and building her confidence with all the yields as well as in going forward is a great start to being able to ask her to happily walk into the float.
  18. Congratulations to Adele Marshall from Horsham for completing her Leadership module with Fonzie. Well done Adele!
  19. Great Photo's,looks Awesome!
  20. Looks fabulous!! Great photos everyone!
  21. Oh wow guys, thanks for sharing, I bet you had an amazing time!! It brings all the memories back from last year QSE is just the best!!
  22. Here are some photos from my first ever camp, the Level 2 QSE at Woolooga. Camp was 9 days of total horse immersion which I can highly recommend. Spending 11 days solid (one day either side travelling) with Dakota has really enabled me to get to know her better and deepen our connection. We had lots of "firsts" in the camp such as trying Liberty for the first time, riding bareback, trail riding with one rein, jumping over the barrels ridden and contact riding with two reins. It was an amazing opportunity to improve my horsemanship skills and hopefully step up to be the leader she nee
  23. Level One camp and Level Two camp are now finished and wow what a great week we all had... I personally learned so much from participating in level two camp. Recapping all of the impulsion programs was so great for me and Pearl. We have really started to find a flow in moving forward and I am finding that she is following my suggestion much more and I'm using my phases less and less. My highlights were getting a very extended trot down the hill to my stopping spot - wow that was cool to ride! and also getting canter transitions from my rhythm. I'll wait for the other participants to sh
  24. Fantastic Tania, great job to you and Connor.
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