Why I’m grateful

November 20, 2020 by · 26 Comments
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This week is Thanksgiving, which has always been one of my favorite holidays.

I want you to know how grateful I am for you. I have three big reasons why.

That’s what this video is all about.


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Body Part to Body Part

November 14, 2020 by · 12 Comments
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One thing we all have in common is wanting to become better horsemen and horsewomen.

There are a lot of moving pieces and parts to developing your technical and your mental skills for riding.

Because of how I think, I like to keep things as simple as possible!

Today’s video is all about how our body parts impact our horse’s body parts. So if you’re having a problem with a horse in a maneuver, one of the first places to look is to yourself. What are you doing with your body?


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How to Connect with Your Horse in the Saddle

November 7, 2020 by · 2 Comments
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Over the past two months, I developed 12 exercises you can do with your horse to develop more feel and connection. It’s called Well CONNECTED.

As in all of my courses, I open and close them. On Tuesday, November 10th I’m going to wrap up access to this course.

Today’s video is a summary of the key points of that course. I think you’ll find a lot of good ideas to help you connect more with your horse.


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Podcast: how to be extraordinary

October 29, 2020 by · 11 Comments
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Over the past few weeks, I’ve been observing riders who are absolutely killing it… recreational riders, teachers, coaches, and competitive riders.

I’ve observed 3 things in all of them make them stand out, and inspire me.

I hope becoming more clear about these 3 attributes inspires you, too.

And the best news is, all three are yours for the taking! You have to do them for yourself consistently.

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A Quick & Simple Flexibility Exercise

October 24, 2020 by · 3 Comments
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What does flexing your horse mean to you?

There are lots of ways people apply this idea of flexing to their personal style of riding. I’m going to talk specifically about doing an exercise after you mount your horse and before you take your first step.

This exercise is best for a horse that has some time on him (i.e. I am not talking about when you first start a horse).

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My favorite phone call all year

October 16, 2020 by · 14 Comments
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Every year at this time, I get to make one of my favorite phone calls of the year.

I always get to notify and congratulate the current year’s recipient of the Zane Schulte Award. This is an award in honor of our son. It’s given to a professional trainer in the National Cutting Horse Association. It awards character, respect by peers, contribution to the industry, and excellence in the arena.

This year the award will be given to Scott Amos. Scott, on behalf of the Award committee, “Congratulations! You’re such a worthy recipient. You inspire us all!”

I want to share what I thought as I reflected on Scott and the meaning of the award this week. That’s the subject of today’s video.


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The most important person
to believe in you

October 9, 2020 by · 13 Comments
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I’ve had the great honor to travel around and meet and coach all kinds of riders.

These awesome experiences for me reminded me of a message that we all need to hear, including myself. Enjoy!


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Podcast with Sandy Collier

October 2, 2020 by · 14 Comments
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Last week I share Part-1 of a 2-part short podcast series with Sandy Collier about some of her favorite high performance strategies.

This is Part 2 and the topic is about what to do right before you go into the ring to show.

Enjoy! It’s great info and even has a tip from the judge’s point of view, too.

This has been a busy travel time for me… and it’s been so wonderful to be out seeing you all in beautiful places with gorgeous weather.

PS: You can download this podcast episode if you like by clicking on the three dots on the right side of the audio player.

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Podcast with Sandy Collier

September 25, 2020 by · 12 Comments
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Who you are becoming

September 18, 2020 by · 26 Comments
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I want to share a research-based truth with you that is one of my favorites… and one that I was reminded of this week.

It’s one of those ideas we all know, but it’s always great to be reminded.


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Do you have these skills for connection?

September 11, 2020 by · 1 Comment
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In this week’s video, I want to share a little bit more about a free Workshop that’s going on right now.

It’s called, Well Connected and it’s all about how you can cultivate more feel and connection with your horse.

There’s a lot of excitement about the results riders are having with their horses by utilizing the skills, behaviors and routines in the Workshop.

I thought you might want to know a little more about it so you don’t miss it.


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“How to Sit Deeper, Part 3”

April 11, 2019 by · 6 Comments
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This video is one more in my “finding your seat” series of video for working a cow. I talk about why it is so important for you to be grounded in your center of balance as you put your hand down after making the cut and before working a cow.


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