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Shane

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  2. The WBPD is about to go to a VIRTUAL EVENT! Stay tuned for more details soon. Stay safe everyone. Get your costumes ready
  3. Event Title: Connection and Impulsion Camp with Meredith Ransley Event Author: Shane Calendar: Ransley Events Event Date: 03/23/2020 08:00 AM to 03/27/2020 05:00 PM Connection and Impulsion go together like Yin and Yang. You can't have one without the other. A hand full of lucky riders have the opportunity immerse themselves for 5 days and work in a close small group in an amazing space with Master Horsewoman Meredith Ransley. Meredith is a master at connecting and building desire and try in a horse. There is nothing like working with a horse that is willing calm and using its body correctly. “Nothing beats being able to go where you want, when you want with your horse and knowing that you are both enjoying the adventure. Some of the proudest moments and most impressive things I’ve seen, are the ‘simple’ things. My students and their horses or me and mine, just getting out and about and loving our time together without a care in the world. The ‘fancy’ stuff is great too, but nothing beats the freedom and absolute joy of the two of you just being together and sharing the pleasure." This clinic is perfect for anyone that is wanting to refine their communication with their horse, improving their performance and any given discipline. Creating a softer more responsive and cohesive partnership. Camp Details : Dates: 23-27th March 2020 Location: Lachlan Downs Station. 80kms South of Cobar Accommodation: Self contained 3 bedroom house and 2 bedroom cottage are available with full amenities. Own linen required. Panel yards and Sheep yards available for participants use. BYO food and beverages. Cost is $1300. $50 per day per auditor. Connection and Impulsion Camp with Meredith Ransley
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    Connection and Impulsion go together like Yin and Yang. You can't have one without the other. A hand full of lucky riders have the opportunity immerse themselves for 5 days and work in a close small group in an amazing space with Master Horsewoman Meredith Ransley. Meredith is a master at connecting and building desire and try in a horse. There is nothing like working with a horse that is willing calm and using its body correctly. “Nothing beats being able to go where you want, when you want with your horse and knowing that you are both enjoying the adventure. Some of the proudest moments and most impressive things I’ve seen, are the ‘simple’ things. My students and their horses or me and mine, just getting out and about and loving our time together without a care in the world. The ‘fancy’ stuff is great too, but nothing beats the freedom and absolute joy of the two of you just being together and sharing the pleasure." This clinic is perfect for anyone that is wanting to refine their communication with their horse, improving their performance and any given discipline. Creating a softer more responsive and cohesive partnership. Camp Details : Dates: 23-27th March 2020 Location: Lachlan Downs Station. 80kms South of Cobar Accommodation: Self contained 3 bedroom house and 2 bedroom cottage are available with full amenities. Own linen required. Panel yards and Sheep yards available for participants use. BYO food and beverages. Cost is $1300. $50 per day per auditor.
  5. Just in case you missed the email, here is a new video for you. Tying up your horse can go ugly wrong! Make sure you and your horse are prepared. Horse training tips with Shane. Enjoy. http://www.quantumsavvy.com/board/index.php?/videos/view-5694-how-to-video-tying-up-your-horse-training-tips/ Copyright © 2020 Quantum Savvy Horsemanship, All rights reserved.
  6. Shane

    QS Works!

    Great photo :) , enjoy!
  7. Spot on Simone, just another test of leadership and focus
  8. Yes, grashopper but phases used just right can be direction . Most times they are pressure, not our first choice but remember this is how horses work with each other. A good heard of horses will use position before pressure. A lot of domestic horses just use pressure, kick bite due to not learning how to be a horse or having the environment to be a horse.
  9. It really needs to be a simulation of a canter stride, so even a steep hill, log, trailer ramp, anything that causes the stretch and canter position. It is prep for the riding transitions. When we are traveling there are often no barrels where we want to go for a ride so we would do a canter transition online (or lay your spouse on the ground). The canter online isn't a good idea for pre level ones though as they could actually put brace in the horse, so beware level 1 and 2. We have also used wheely bins
  10. Your module one will help with the personal space problem
  11. Yes, sometimes we have to use phases, but we need to make sure it isn't our first choice by just making them do it through pressure. Yep, giving direction(lightly) on the lead rope is an option. Try not to do much of the one thing and bore them or they start to take the wrong options. Coming into your personal space without invitation is not an option. Personal space is the only thing in QS where it isn't optional (for safety reasons). They need to be invited in. Keep an eye on your personal space as you are walking and keep him away a bit until he is more respectful of your space. Good questions Carolyn, you will be helping others with your questions. Even if they know the answer it is good to have a reminder sometimes.
  12. Welcome, Carolyn. And congratulations on getting that first post worked out. Yes, we have our R.O.P.E principals. I might need to repost these or do a video, so they are easy to refer to. Release. Horses learn by release (not pressure) Options. There should always be an option for the horse to choose. Program. Teaching the horse should be done in steps so you can always go back a step if you need to make it easier for the horse. Enjoy. It should be enjoyable for both of you; remember to smile.
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  14. Rain tomorrow they say! Don’t think they looked out the window.

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      Bindibo

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      Fingers cross there something in it. 

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