When You Want Your Horse to Say “No”

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People who don’t understand horses (and sadly, this includes many people who ride horses) think the goal when working with a horse is total, blind obedience.

Much has been done to change this impression, including the (way belated) removal of the “submission” score in dressage by the FEI (although not all other organizations). It’s now “harmony.”

The Bridge and Learned…

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