The young horse.

How does my young horse gain confidence in me?
After all, your relationship with your horse is based on trust. It takes a long time, and it is very easy to spoil.

Confidence comes from being willing to learn to read your horse, being willing to wait for the horse and let its personality grow.

You also have to be consistent.

This does not mean that you should be harsh, but you should use the same signals every time, so the horse knows what you mean.

If the horse has learned right from the beginning, you will benefit from it all its life.

Check a lot on the herd how they learn from each other and respect the leaders. You never get perfect when it comes to horses and that is the great charm 🙂


Author: Anne Axell

I have helped many equestrians with their mindset and relationship with their horse, so they now are confident and enjoy the equestrian sport. Thanks to my extensive experience with horses, I can lead you to success in your riding. I have been actively riding the different riding styles,(dressage, hunter/jumper and trail) owened a lot of horses and have an equestrian business. l have also been breeding and selling horses for many years. I am a coach and trainer and have also completed courses as a judge. In addition, I have been a saddlemaker for many years and can advise you in terms of equipment and how it affects your horse. I can help you in 3 langauge, Danish, Swedish and English.