“In-hand exercises help the horse both physically and mentally. Through In-Hand work, we improve the horse’s strength and suppleness. We teach him to be aware of his body, to bend evenly to both sides, and to move forwards, backwards, and laterally – smoothly, softly and in a biomechanically correct way.” Patrick’s new online in-hand courseContinue reading “ONLINE IN-HAND COURSE”
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Patrick’s new idea to do live audio broadcasts is proving to be a hit! Now you can listen along while you drive, ride, and go about yoyr normal day. Listen along and join us each Thursday for a new special guest!
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Another installment of Patrick’s “The Training Pyramid: One Piece at a Time” series Suppleness
Develop a better partnership with your horse this May with Patrick King Horsemanship! For the full schedule, go to https://pkhorsemanship.com/schedule/ May 5-7 Shoals, WV May 8-14 Clearfield, PA Special 5 day Training Camp May 20-22 Rome, NY May 26-29 Central OH
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We are excited to announce that our Nokota Experience, June 22-26, is filled to capacity for participants and a waiting list has started! This is going to be an exciting event, and we hope to share photos and video clips with you so you can see what’s happening even if you can’t make it.
Patrick King Horsemanship has teamed up with the Nokota Horse Preservation Ranch for an equine experience like no other! An incredible opportunity to experience the land, people, and history that shaped an incredible breed: the Nokota. A unique chance to discover and explore the behavior, language, and magic of untouched herds spanning over 1200 acresContinue reading “Ready for an amazing experience?”
Learning the clove hitch
Here’s maybe a new way for you, and it can help keep your horse softer and more supple.
This is Lilly on working session 3 with the telescopic rod (available for purchase in our online shop)
As our horse develops in understanding of the seat and rein, a progression of our leg yields occurs
A discussion of the aids
Mounting troubles are over with this tip!
A discussion about contact…
Your farrier will thank you, and you’ll stay a lot safer, using these skills to help your horse to get better with handling their legs.
Lisa spent 5 weeks traveling on the road with Patrick. Here’s a link to the blog she’s working on to keep everyone up to date on her adventures and breakthroughs! Lisa Calder’s WordPress Blog Follow along as she recalls the clinics, lessons, and expos with Patrick King Horsemanship, and keeps us up-to-date on her current adventures! AndContinue reading “Farewell to PKH Apprentice, Lisa!”