Horses with herd bound behaviors can be frustrating and dangerous. Lindsey Partridge offers advice on how to develop a horse’s self-confidence and work through the behavior. (more…)
Is your horse acting up due to behavioral issues or are there physical issues at play? Lindsey Partridge discusses just this and shares her experience. (more…)
If you’ve ever been around a horse that seems to react BIG out of nowhere, that horse might be known as a sleeping dragon. Lindsey Partridge of Harmony Horsemanship addresses how to approach and tame these dragons. (more…)
With the postponement of the 2020 Thoroughbred Makeover, competitors are making big plans for the 2021 Mega Makeover. Lindsey Partridge is no exception. Read about what she has planned with her horse, Elysia. (more…)
Lindsey Partridge tries out a virtual horse show with her Mustang Valiente. Read how it went and determine if they’re something you want to try! (more…)
The pressures placed on all of us in the midst of COVID-19 can lead to having to make tough decisions. Lindsey Partridge of Harmony Horsemanship offers advice on how you can achieve some peace of mind if you have to sell your horse. (more…)
Making your horses well-rounded, predictable, steady mounts takes time, effort and work. This month, Lindsey Partridge discusses how she prepares her horses for dealing with the unexpected. (more…)
Lindsey Partridge explores why using fear is not the way to go about training a horse. (more…)
In this month’s training article, Lindsey Partridge of Harmony Horsemanship discusses how people respond to her use of positive reinforcement. She also explains why it works for her.
This month, Lindsey looks back on her experience with Kibou at the Extreme Cowboy Racing Association World Competition in Texas. (more…)
Lindsey Partridge talks about her trip to the Makeover, where she competed on two horses in four different disciplines. What’s the secret? Patience.
Lindsey made it to Georgia with her two Mustangs, Meraki and Kibou. However, the trip was not without its challenges.
“The reality of the matter is you can try to win the ribbon for today or you can play the long game and teach your horse the skills in the show ring that they need to be a superstar.”