Relax and Focus Your Horse

Groundwork to Free Your Calm, Responsive and Focused Horse

It's important for a horse to be relaxed, calm and focused, but even more so when they're not at home.
Arriving at your Working Equitation show, a clinic, lesson or trail ride with a horse that's...

  • Over-excited
  • Nervous
  • Pushy
  • Distracted
  • Not listening

Makes you feel worried and nervous, and then your horse feeds off that, and gets worse.

This can lead to the belief, "he'll be fine once I get on".  But do you feel fine?
Some experienced riders might be because once they're on, they know what to do.

But knowing what to do BEFORE you get on not only helps you deal with these problems, it helps you AVOID them altogether.

From the moment you unload your horse from the trailer, you can use these techniques.
You don't need a big area or a lot of equipment to help your horse feel more relaxed, calm and focused.
Ready to go to work, or just hang out until it's your turn.

Unlock Your Tense and Inattentive Horse
 Free Your Calm, Responsive and Focused Horse 

Horses can display symptoms of stress in various ways.

…  and when the horse feels stressed, we often do too! 

So what can we do to help? 

What resources do we have at hand that we can offer our horse to reduce his stress, thereby reducing our own?

 That will be the focus of this mini-course.

Inside you'll find detailed, concrete solutions you can implement to aid your horse.

These lessons are a gift from me, to your horse.

Relax and Focus Your Horse


A gift for your horse

Course Curriculum

Your guide: Trish Hyatt 

International Coach and Clinician
National and International Top 10 Competitor
Technical Delegate and Judge of Working Equitation

40+ years of training horses and people.