In this video I retell a story that I use in clinics that explains the process to training a horse. I explain how the 300 peck pigeon is applicable in all learning situations anywhere from leading a horse safely to safely negotiating your first canter …
At clinics I often get the comment “My horses problem is he anticipates a lot”. In this session I talk about why anticipation is your best friend, or your worst enemy, depending on how you use it.
Warwick is on an analogy roll!
In this video Warwick does a training session on a reining horse with the reins tied to the bit with 3 strands of horsehair. He challenges some pre-conceived notions that some people may have on a variety of subjects.
Mindfulness, one of the life lessons that Warwick has learned from horses.
Filmed at a clinic in Mount Gambier, South Australia, March 2015, this video shows how if you can make all the basics perfect you can turn those into more complex maneuvers easily.
This is a fun video showing the Double Dan show at Equitana Asia Pacific in Australia where Warwick gets to participate on a reiner and then on an eventing horse.
Warwick uses the Make the Wrong thing hard and the right thing easy principle and shows you how he got to be able to ride brideless on Albert.