Monthly Archives: January 2012

Watch Monty Roberts videos on the Horse & Country TV

2012-01-25T19:36:15-07:00

Monty Roberts joins Horse & Country in this 13 part series. Filmed at Monty's stunning Flag Is Up Farms in California, this series takes you on a journey into the mind and memories of one of the most influential men in equestrianism. Meet the inspirational man who listens to horses, and find out how he gains [...]

Watch Monty Roberts videos on the Horse & Country TV2012-01-25T19:36:15-07:00

Ask Monty: Is there such a thing a ‘coldback horse’?

2012-01-25T17:04:31-07:00

Question: My husband would like to know if there is such a thing as a "coldback horse". In other words "one that you have to lunge before each ride"? We think not, but there are others who tell us yes. Robert says he'll take your word before anyone else's. Monty's Answer: The Coldback horse is [...]

Ask Monty: Is there such a thing a ‘coldback horse’?2012-01-25T17:04:31-07:00

Ask Monty: How can I learn the correct riding position?

2012-01-18T23:37:24-07:00

Question: Hello, I have a little problem when I'm riding: I can't keep my toes in. How can I fix my problem? Thank you, Candi Monty's Answer: Beginning riders have to train their muscles to get their riding position right. To achieve the leg position that I practice, you will want the center of the [...]

Ask Monty: How can I learn the correct riding position?2012-01-18T23:37:24-07:00

Monty Roberts becomes patron of Horseworld charity

2012-01-13T18:29:12-07:00

In November 2011, Monty paid a visit to Horseworld, a charity that works to heal young people with emotional issues by helping them establish healthy and safe emotional bonds with horses.  Children and horses are subjects close to Monty's heart. John Newman, chairman of trustees at Horseworld, said: "To have Monty Roberts join the Horseworld [...]

Monty Roberts becomes patron of Horseworld charity2012-01-13T18:29:12-07:00

Ask Monty: What do you use to protect your horse’s back?

2012-01-05T02:41:41-07:00

Question: My lovely appaloosa mare, Leggs, and I enjoy rambling round the countryside (hacks/trails of 10-20 miles) and a few long distance rides each year. Leggs' current saddle pad is a bit too long, rubbing slightly over her lumbar spine/loin area. The problem is that we live in the UK and ride western. Well, Leggs [...]

Ask Monty: What do you use to protect your horse’s back?2012-01-05T02:41:41-07:00
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