- What is Alternative Horsemanship?
- About Equestrienne and Horse Coach Samantha Harvey
- Horsemanship Clinics
- Remote Horse Coach- Personalized Distance Learning
- The Equine Retreat
- Livestream w Q & A
- Horse Video Courses & Classes
- Alternative Horsemanship Client Testimonials
Super excited to have a chat with Claudia Howard, a Veterinary Physiotherapist, who will be joining me to discuss many of the physical consequences she sees horses develop as a direct result of how they are handled and ridden.
Be sure to save the date!
Sunday, March 27th
10am pst or 5pm GMT
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Horse Health: Assessing the Roll So often by taking a few minutes and observing the horse, can give us insight into potential physical health issues.
Amidst the chaos, sometimes we just need a few calm moments...Alternative Horsemanship with Samantha Harvey the Remote Horse Coach shares a glimpse into a calm moment of helping a young horse and Dog learn.
I just finished teaching an Alternative Horsemanship six-day clinic and there was a student who was retelling his morning interaction with the horse. Things had not gone as he expected, and he was negatively referring to the horse's behavior in human emotional terms.
As I always teach students to be adaptable, so am I in my teachings. We happen to have multiple participants who will be on a horse buying search in the near future.
Dear Sam: Horse Help Horsemanship Series
*What happens to your horse if something happens to you?
Alternative Horsemanship with Samantha Harvey the Remote Horse Coach addresses the difficult topic of planning for your horse's future care, financial costs, etc. in the case that something happens to you.
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Horse Trainer Burnout
The false illusion of what a trainer will do for the horse, meaning offer this neat packaged result, is ridiculous. For so long nobody considered the individual owner, their abilities, their goals, their time commitment, and most of all nobody actually considered the horse they were working with.