• How To Engage Your Horse's Back
  • Master Horseman/Classical Dressage Trainer Will Faerber demonstrates how to encourage your horse to raise its back, engage its hind end and "get connected." Will shows how to do stretching exercises to help your horse seek contact with the bit, raise its back, relax, become rhythmic, and "step under" thereby creating the start of proper collection. Will and partner Karen Loshbaugh, along with Joanna Robson, DVM, and Master Saddler Jochen Schleese, have teamed up to start the H.I.P.P.O.H. Foundation (Horse Industry Professionals Protecting Our Horses), an organization whose mission is to empower horse owners through education, training and treatment which will help keep their horses safe, sound, sane and pain free. H.I.P.P.O.H. Symposiums are lectures/demo’s on proper saddle fit, correct foundation training and whole horse wellness solutions designed to restore dignity to all horses. For information on H.I.P.P.O.H. Masterclass Symposiums, visit http://www.hippohfoundation.info/ or contact Will Faerber at http://www.art2ride.com.


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