Thursday, February 4, 2010

Katherine Barbarite of Whispering Hooves, LC Gentle Solutions Partnership & Confidence Building of Natural Horsemanship

    Katherine Barbarite, Nationally and Internationally known Specialist of Gentle Partnership Building, has mastered a straight forward set of exercises that immediately places a solid foundation keeping heightened safety in mind. No matter what riding level or discipline, this clinic builds elevated CONFIDENCE for horse and rider. Take home a higher level of trust, communication and bonding. Replace fear and competition with introducing yourself to your equine friend with the ultimate joy of the dance furthering your understanding of Behavioral and Mechanics. Study the three T’s Theory, Technique, and Timing of the 7 Step Safety System. Begin your journey in understanding how to use the four quarters.
---Ask and Wait for Answers, then Give for Results---Katherine Barbarite
*Certified Horse Trainer w/ Frank Bell* *Certified CHA Riding Instructor Western & English*

Learn Solutions For
 Horse and Human Communication through Feel Technique
 Difficult to Saddle and Proper Saddle Fitting
 Balance Horse and Rider w/Core Influence
 Spooking and Shying
 Aggressiveness and Nervousness
 Jigging and Prancing
 Mounting problems
 Pullback
 Hard to Accept Bit
 Proper Foot Handling
 Ears / Head Shy / Clippers / Spraying / Bathing
 Proper leading and Driving
 Trailer Loading
 Locating and Treating Pain
 Mustang Gentling
 Nutrition, Dentistry, Imprinting, Message, Bits, Ferrier
 Ask and Wait for Answers, then Give for Results
 Realize less is More
 Flexion, softness and balanced movement
 Understanding positions of open and closed doors, opposite diagonals
 Turn of the forehand, Turn on the haunches
 Black and White meaning
 One Rein Sop
 Psychological Mind Riding
 Safety Checking
 Understanding the four quarters 4x4 Theory
 Psychology mind riding
 Develop advanced communication and a better understanding of horse psychology as you develop improved timing, finesse, balance and feel.