Your time with your horse should always be safe and fun. If it isn’t, the five “F”s can creep into your horsemanship:
We can help with education and instruction for you and your horse so you don’t succumb to the five “F”s.
What starts out as fun and recreation and a love for horses sometimes turns into boredom simply because there’s not enough to do. If you compete with your horses, you develop a purpose and some goals. This causes you to ride more regularly, try new things and continually improve on your performance. Challenges and goals can put the interest and fun back into horses very quickly, even if you are a recreational rider.
Everyone needs goals. It doesn’t matter how big or how small. We need to be heading somewhere, to have some kind of a purpose, or we get lost and bored. It doesn’t really matter if you even reach that goal or not; the journey towards it is where the fun is.
- Pat Parelli
- Parelli Student