Das Sitzenbleiben im Trab stellt für viele Reiter ein Problem dar. Nicht umsonst – viele haben von Kindesbeinen an gelernt, das Pferd mit dem Becken vorwärts zu schieben, spannen dabei den unteren Rücken an...
“One of the biggest problems I see when working with folks and their horses is that the vast majority of people have been trained to always look for the bad things their horses do. Because they’re always looking for the bad, they easily overlook the little tries and sometimes have trouble seeing the good in their horse, even when the good jumps up and bites them in the butt.”
— Mark Rashid, Horses Never Lie: The Heart of Passive Leadership
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