Philosophical Integrity

Your work doesn’t have to be for everybody – and that’s ok. For me, maintaining the integrity of my philosophy is paramount. There are things I find essential for each horse to have, and I’m not willing to progress before those are in place. There are things I’m not willing to compromise. A talented horse, important client, or excitement about a show or event won’t change my philosophy; and my philosophy isn’t for everyone. That’s totally fine. What’s important to me is giving each horse and rider the best shot I can at being relaxed, balanced, and safe together – so for those who are willing and able to take that ride, well then let’s ride.

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