Horse Training - Kandoo Kansay

Synopsis

Step-by-step, ethical and sustainable horse training courses. Kate Fenner, Kandoo Equine, is an equine scientist and researcher, qualified equestrian coach and John Lyons Certified trainer. Courses - http://horsetrainingcourse.com/ Blog -http://kandooclub.com/

Episodes

  • Cold-Backed and 1st Saddlings

    Cold-Backed and 1st Saddlings

    03/09/2016 Duration: 11min
  • The Round Pen – The Good and the Bad

    The Round Pen – The Good and the Bad

    30/08/2016 Duration: 12min

    Some years ago I made a video about how to use the round pen as a training tool. This is now used as a teaching resource at Charles Sturt University in their Equine Science course. Yesterday I received an email from one of the students with a question about it that I thought I would […]

  • Shoulder Control

    Shoulder Control

    13/07/2016 Duration: 13min

    Why you need shoulder control and how to start the lesson from the ground.

  • Long-Reining Vs Lunging

    Long-Reining Vs Lunging

    04/07/2016 Duration: 14min

    Do you lunge your horse? Ever wondered if long-reining might be more beneficial? This podcast discusses the benefits of long-reining and why it is such an important and useful educational tool for you and your horse.

  • Keep It Simple – Podcast

    Keep It Simple – Podcast

    19/06/2016 Duration: 12min

    A little about Kate, finding science in Colorado and keeping things simple.

  • Trailer Trials – Podcast

    Trailer Trials – Podcast

    07/06/2016 Duration: 14min

    Trailer loading can often be difficult and the most common thing I hear is that the horse gets on, or part way on, and then rushes off backwards. Why is this happening? How do we help the horse through the lesson? And why should you leave teaching your horse to back up until his foundation […]

  • The Jekyll and Hyde Horse – Podcast

    The Jekyll and Hyde Horse – Podcast

    03/06/2016 Duration: 12min

    What do you do when your horse behaves perfectly at home and you take him out and it is a completely different story? What is happening in these situations and how do we go about fixing it? Is the horse being naughty or perhaps the horse is scared? Over the next few podcasts we will […]

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