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Lost in translation

This article will unfortunately be the last post for the time being, which we can also offer in English. We have probably underestimated the expense of English representation of RPlus and will focus on German-language issues in the future. We also had ...

Discover free work – Video 3

Free work always means working on the relationship too, and a joint motion dialogue is only beneficial for both sides if either side is able to mentally and physically cope with the situation. Therefore, it is always up to our horse to determine the ...

Move together

Free work with horses is always based upon a complex and intuitive interaction of both partners. In my opinion, the resulting motion dialogue does not depend on the guidance of one side alone, but happens through the interaction...

Free work with two horses

My Haflinger mare Mausi and my PRE gelding Harry not only differ in gender and physique but above all in behavior and personality structure. Harry is an extroverted type, is very playful and energetically tackles life; Mausi in contrast, appears to be...

Secrets of free work

The more we are able to open our intuitive perceptual channel for the movements of horse and human, the less difficulty we will have to develop a truly synchronous dialogue of movement with our two-legged training partner...

Discover free work – Video 2

We continue to rediscover the joy of movement in our seminar with Lea and her thoroughbred Arabian horse Salima. After having and raising a foal, the mare shows little energy, and is not as enthusiastically absorbed in free work as before. So, we would...

The unfocused gaze

In my opinion, using the technique of unfocused gaze is an important tool to establish more harmony and connection with the horse when doing free groundwork. We are able to direct our gaze in different ways at the horse and our environment: It can either...

Movement as dialogue

The main reasons to do free work with horses are being free with the horse, discovering new patterns of movement, and finding joy in movement for me. I would like to enter into a dialogue of movement that allows human and horse to express themselves;...

Be free

Is there anything better than discovering freedom together with your horse? You are sensing your horse’s movements, and both of you feel the same wind in the face. You are close, and trust in what exists between the two of you; an invisible bond...