Tag: Educating The Rider’s Eye
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Inspirational Video From Miriam About Her Experience With Art2Ride.
San Diego Horse Trainer Will Faerber from Art2Ride discusses collection and Amber and Legolas demonstrate the collection.
Miriam Johansson discusses what she has learned so far from Art2Ride.
Nina and Karen talk about Nina’s experience in California with everyone at Art 2 Ride.
San Diego Horse Trainer Will Faerber from Art2Ride gets Salinera to connect in the working trot for the first time.
This video is a peak at the Art2Ride Clinic in Ohio at Sand Hill Stables. October 3rd and 4th Will Faerber flew in from CA to teach at this clinic and give private lessons out of Sand Hill Stable. Will comes to Ohio every 6 months. If you want to ride in his clinic or take a private lesson get in touch with Cindy Sladek.
Mr. Faerber shows you what to look for as your horse’s back develops.
San Diego Horse Trainer Will Faerber from Art2Ride announces the 2016 European Clinics!
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Clips of all our friends around the world taken from recent videos set to Music!
Video of the song, “It’s Time”. by Will Faerber and Cathouse Thursday.
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Will Faerber discusses the importance of learning on a correctly trained horse and brings us up to date on Barb and Perhap’s development as Barb begins to develop a feel for the correct position of the horse’s back.
Will Faerber continues our series on developing collection. In this session Will works the horse in hand to develop the piaffe.
San Diego Horse Trainer Will Faerber from Art2Ride continues the series of schooling the young horse with Salinera.
San Diego Horse Trainer Will Faerber from Art2Ride schools a young horse and takes you through the process step by step.
San Diego Horse Trainer Will Faerber from Art2Ride discusses day two of our week long series on Developing Collection. Today we focus on the canter.
Karen Loshbaugh from Art 2 Ride explains how to correctly fit a double bridle and discusses how to use it.
San Diego Horse Trainer Will Faerber from Art2Ride discusses the World Cup.
San Diego Horse Trainer Will Faerber from Art2Ride discusses reschooling an ex-race horse.
San Diego Horse Trainer discusses the product Equine Omega Complete and how it may benefit booking future long distance clinics.
Will Faerber from Art2Ride demonstrates for you the difference between a working and a collected trot.
San Diego Horse Trainer Will Faerber from Art2Ride discusses training tips for horses.
Some of the best moments from all the videos from last year set to the song, “I’d Survive” composed and performed by Will Faeber and Cathouse Thursday. Available on iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/cathouse-thursday/id386932311?ign-mpt=uo%3D4
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San Diego Horse Trainer Will Faerber from Art2Ride discusses Nuno Oliveira.
In this video, Art2Ride introduces Dr. Robson.
San Diego Horse Trainer Will Faerber from Art2Ride discusses the video sent in by Kyle and gives suggestions for further improvement.
Here is a progress report on the horse that Shantel Perreal gave a demonstration with on our last visit to Edmonton.
San Diego Horse Trainer, Will Faerber, educates the rider’s eye.
Will Faerber from Art 2 Ride continues his discussion on how to recognize back development with Dr Adrianna Moore DVM from an equine chiropractor’s point of view.
Good morning, this is Will Faerber from Art2Ride and I am here with Jodi Anderson and her horse Casanova. We had a question come in a couple days ago from someone who is working their horse and developing and they wanted to know how to recognize if the horse is developing it’s topline.
It is quite simple because you will see the topline change. By topline I mean the point in the middle of the horse’s ears all the way back to it’s tail. If you look at the horse in the video, you can see how the top of his neck muscles are lit up and the bottom of his neck muscles look very soft, but he’s reaching out from the shoulder. Look how evenly his diagonal pairs are moving (the outside hind leg with the inside foreleg), that is …
Hi this is Will Faeber from Art2Ride with my lovely wife Karen Loshbaugh and we are going to tell you about one of the secrets of dressage. In an earlier video we talked about how the legs are used and how the leg can be used to make the horse move sideways, straight forward or when we come underneath to engage the horse’s back. One of the things that most people have wrong when I see their position is the outside leg. The outside leg is one of the keys to getting a horse to bend correctly.
Usually when I tell people to put the outside leg back, they usually swing the leg back from the knee and they think that means to put the leg back. What that does as you will feel when you try this at home is …
Hi this is Will Faerber from Art2Ride and today I wanted to take a moment to talk about the 2012 Olympic games. At this point in the competition we have seen the 3 day events and the first two days of the dressage, and it’s been a very interesting Olympic games for everybody who is concerned about the welfare of the animals and I think we are finally seeing a little change in everything this year.
First I want to congratulate the British team, and Carl Hester especially, for showing us the way back to some kind of sanity in the horse business. Here we see a man that is training his own horses from the beginning, developing them classically and now winning on the Olympic stage. It is so wonderful to see someone who is doing it right, showing that these practices such …
Good morning, this is Will Faerber from Art2Ride and today we are looking at Karen Loshbaugh riding a young Arab that we started from basically barely halter broke. He is just beginning to come into the phase of just beginning to take contact with the bridle. So the question that we are going to try and answer today is: What do you do with your hands in the stretch?
Lets talk about a few concepts of that. The main thing with the hands as Mr. Olivera used to say is, “The best hands in the world simply work like a pair of side reins” (They limit the length of the rein). They simply don’t give every time the horse pulls. But better than a pair of side reins, they can actually maintain contact with the horse, and of course adjust to …
This is Will Faerber from Art2Ride, and we are in Irvine Park today giving a clinic.
My wife is riding a horse named Kyro, who started working with us in a clinic only a few short weeks ago. He is a draft cross, who I think when he started with us in the first clinic, had never been stretched and looked like a very shortened draft horse. This is a perfect example of when we sometimes find horses in interesting places and they surprise us!
Most people are often surprised by how well their horses can move. These horses that they thought would never be capable of doing dressage, and yet once they see them begin to light up their toplines and move correctly through the back, they see how differently they can look.
This horse looked very hollow-backed, as you can see …
I first look at the foundation of the training and the development of the horse…