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  Avonda: Hanoverian mare in training. Scored top 5 in nation for gaits and confirmation. Very forward and correct gaits, light on bridle & leg.   Andiammo: Hanoverian gelding in training. Scored 10 on all gaits. Good jumping potential. Super sweet boy!

Centered Riding- “The ultimate goal of Centered Riding is not to be a discipline unto itself. It must go forward in its purest and least complicated form so it may be integrated into all disciplines of riding.”… Sally Swift

Cindi with student Macayla. She rode with me as a child and now as an adult.

Here I am working with Good Time Charlie using basic connection bandages. This simple wrap brings awareness to his hindquarters for better use and then encourages him to release down and through his neck.

This horse is working with more advanced bandages, lengthening his entire top line for more balance and freedom of movement.  
  This shows connection bandages with the intent to connect the horse’s body from back to front.

These were once three outlaw Mustangs complete with rap-sheets!  They have been in training with me for 2 years and are now the three Amigos!  Cindi with Paha, Annie and Tono.


If you can figure out what my license plate says I will give you a “free” one!

Peggy Cummings, founder of Connected Riding and Connected Groundwork. She is a mentor of mine for over 20 years.
Case Study with Snickers. This is a before and after photo using Connected Groundwork & Centered Riding. Snickers was 25 years old in the before and 27 years old in the after photo.

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