Two Straight Lines: Equitation Basics I start most of my introductory lessons with the same sentence, whether you’re brand new to the sport or have been riding for years; “In good riding, there are two important straight lines.” Boyd Martin on Tsetserleg with a great example of the sacred riding geometry during a dressage test….
News & Blogs
Save the Date for Graham Equestrian Center’s Annual Open House Sunday September 20th, 2020 Click here for more details…
Summer Horse Camp dates for 2019 are coming soon. Follow us on Facebook to be the first to know when camp dates are announced!
Don’t miss any of our great events! We have clinics, lessons, fun shows and camps on the horizon…all filling up fast! Sign up today to secure your spot before they are full.
All of us at Graham certainly aren’t! Our horses are weatherproof and we like to have a little fun rain or shine! Parents can relax in our temperature regulated lounge/classroom while students can warm up through the activity and exercise of a lesson.
The mission of Graham Equestrian Center is first and foremost to educate! We are always in need of donations both in materials, time and funds. For more outreach and continued education, we are aiming to be able to teach all year around by building an indoor arena. Every little bit counts. Read more by clicking the link…
“Caring for a Horse May Help Reduce Stress | Human-Equine Interaction A new study from Washington State University concludes that kids who work with horses have a significant reduction in stress, as measured by markers in their saliva. The study was published in April in the American Psychological Association’s Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin.” Read the full…
To tune into Jim’s discussion about training the school horse – Focusing on principles of reinforcement and shaping behavior by clicking on the link: http://cha-ahse.org/store/pages/218/Horse_Radio_Network_Show.html
We were featured in the Baltimore Sun! We are gearing up for spring and hoping to see you all there!
“Riding and working with horses is a journey. There is never such thing as knowing it all. You can’t, for each horse is as unique as you and I. We are constantly learning and growing in all directions in our physical, emotional and spiritual selves; if we allow it to happen…” Read the full article here: http://www.horsecollaborative.com/we-all-need-to-fall/