Training Tips

NLH Cue Tip: Secure Your Investment in Training

January 25, 2012 - Suzanne Myers

A well trained horse is not a fixed asset. Your investment in training will only be secured if you can maintain or improve that level of training with a firm understanding of what your horse knows, how to ask for … Continue reading

How Do You Handle Hanky Panky?

November 10, 2011 - Suzanne Myers

Horses are unpredictable at times and sometimes when you’re riding things don’t always go as planned.  Good training and mileage will minimize the likelihood of mishaps and that should be your first line of defense against cantankerous behavior or spooking … Continue reading

Push-Don’t Pull

September 6, 2011 - Suzanne Myers

Have you ever seen a pull-toy?  I think we all have and likely remember them from our childhood.  They are usually very simple, make some noise or are somewhat flashy by design and can be quite captivating to watch.   … Continue reading

Cross Training Improves Your Horse

August 1, 2011 - Suzanne Myers

Do you feel like you have the versatility and flexibility that you’re looking for with the horse you have now?  You can by making a few changes in your training program.  At Next Level HorsemanshipTM we build the Foundation, from … Continue reading

Trainer Spotlight:Dory

June 20, 2011 - Suzanne Myers

Dory Dory is a 6 year old warm blood mare that came to NLHTM in November of 2010 for training after her frustrated owner spent more than a year with other trainers, and with lessons trying to improve her training … Continue reading

NLH-Cue Tip: Teach Your Horse to Hobble

June 20, 2011 - Suzanne Myers

Teach Your Horse To Hobble: At Next Level HorsemanshipTM we teach our horses to hobble because it is an extremely valuable technique for teaching patience, to give to pressure around their feet which could save them from injury, and to … Continue reading

Articles: April, Midwest Equine Online

April 5, 2011 - Suzanne Myers

What Makes a Well Trained Horse? Someone asked me once, “What makes a well trained horse?” The question is definitely an interesting one. People aspire to do many different things with their horses and so the answer to the question … Continue reading

NLH Cue Tip-Finesse Your Horse’s Groundwork

April 5, 2011 - Suzanne Myers

If you’re looking for a better Partnership AND greater Performance from your horse, then you should concentrate on fine tuning and finessing the groundwork in his training program.  The Foundation in groundwork cannot be overlooked if you want more out … Continue reading

NLH Cue-Tips: Training on the Trail

March 10, 2011 - Suzanne Myers

Getting out of the arena and onto the trail is a great way to continue the training on your horse.  Many of the things that you teach your horse inside the arena can also be taught on the trail such … Continue reading

Articles-February, Midwest Equine Online

February 16, 2011 - Suzanne Myers

“Winter Blues Got You Down?” I was watching the morning news the other day and I heard the anchor person declare that ‘today’ was the ‘saddest day of the year’.  Evidently June 17th is the happiest day of the year.  … Continue reading

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