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Showing posts with label horse class. Show all posts

Mindful Horsemanship Significance Webinar Series

 Mindful Horsemanship Significance Series 

 What: 3-part Horsemanship Webinar series discussing, addressing, and coaching equine enthusiasts how to make long-term changes in regards to: 

  • Trigger Thoughts limiting our Horsemanship 
  • Balance in our Behaviors 
  • Pro-active Participation 

When: Saturdays, January 9th, 16th, and 23rd, 2021 

Time:10-11am MST (5-6pm GMT) 

Where: Closed Facebook group 


What if I can't attend all three LIVE coaching sessions? All sessions will be available for review and replay for one week following the event. 

What is the learning format? There will be 45 minutes of instruction, and 15 minutes for group discussion with Q & A opportunities. 

How will this help me improve my Horsemanship? Whether you're a novice or have decades of horse experience there are always opportunities to refine your thoughts, awareness, timing, and communication with your horse. This series is designed to help you recognize your limiting patterns and replace them with practical and realistic thoughts and actions. 

Click HERE to learn more and sign up 

Horsemanship Video: Remote Horse Coaching

Enjoy this video explaining how the Remote Horse Coach can help you improve your equine partnership, address unwanted and dangerous horse behaviors, increase your confidence, and build a solid foundation in the trust between you and your horse.

The online and distance horse learning Remote Horse Training Programs offer Individual and Group options.  Students can subscribe to a suitable mentorship level that best fits their lifestyle, time, and budget.  Individuals may choose the degree of support ranging from a one-time equine-related telephone consultation with Samantha Harvey to on-going guidance via horse webinars, online horsemanship clinics, daily horse training tips, horse instruction behavioral videos with Q & A opportunities. 


Sam Harvey's equestrian and horse training tactics apply to both competitive and pleasure riders. Her adaptable distance learning format can be used to supplement a rider's current horse training program or used by itself. She has had proven success in working with a variety of equestrian students worldwide, irrelevant of their chosen riding discipline or years of horse experience. Her students vary on a wide spectrum from those facing equine-related trauma or fear to those needing the mental edge when competing at the international level.