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“We see our horses minds reflected in our horses body.” Stacy Westfall
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Welcome to Season 4 where it’s all about the horse’s body. In this episode, I’m going to give you three tips to use when reading your horse’s body language. I also answer a listener question, and I share a new segment that’s coming up in future podcasts. If you remember from Season 1, I used the four square model to break down the concepts and divide them into the rider’s mind, the rider’s body, the horse’s mind, and the horse’s body.

The horse’s mind and body are connected, because we see what is going on in the horse’s mind by watching the horse’s body. This is why it’s so important to break things down into three steps when trying to interpret a horses body language. I break down those steps in this episode to help you better understand how your horses actions convey what is going on in your horse’s mind. 

“I think there's a lot of similarities between the dynamics of people being in groups and horses being in groups.” Stacy Westfall
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[01:42] When we discuss the horse’s body, we physically see what our horses are doing. We see their mind reflected in their body.

[02:08] Trying to separate the horse’s mind and the horse’s body is kind of like trying to separate two sides of a coin.

[02:27] When becoming a student of body language, it’s important to take a few extra steps and break things down.

[02:42] We can read a lot of different things into body language. Here are three tips to help read the horse’s body language. Number one is observe the horses actions factually. Number two is observe your actions factually. Number three is to walk away and then draw your conclusion. This is where you would figure out how to modify the behavior.

[03:23] I think there’s a lot of similarities between the dynamics of people being in groups and horses being in groups.

[03:45] Observe your horse just by reading its actions.

[05:27] Try to differentiate between the actual facts of what’s happening and the story you may have in your head.

[07:50] My mind and body is having an influence over the horse’s mind or it’s pretending not to and allowing the horses mind to do what it wants.

[09:16] If you like that your horse protects you, you are going to project that and allow that.

[09:32] To modify a horse’s behavior it first has to change in your mind, then your body, then your behavior influences the horse’s mind and the horse’s body. 

[09:56] In this podcast, we are going to discuss how to influence the horse’s body as we recognize that there are a lot of different layers to this.

[10:31] Observe the big picture of the whole ride and long-term patterns. As you notice the patterns, you can break down whether something is happening in the horses mind or the horses body.

[14:11] What makes breaking down the horse’s body the most difficult of anything is the lingering question in the back of your mind is your horse lame or sore. This is where a long-term view becomes helpful.

[15:06] A lot of questions in a rider’s mind revolve around if they are riding their horse too hard or too much. Not wanting to hurt your horse comes from a good place, but it can creep into the horse’s mind when they sense your hesitation.

[15:45] A listener question about routine care for a horse’s health. I don’t always feel qualified to answer questions about a horses health, but my new sponsor, Equithrive is going to bring a new segment to the podcast called On Call where I get questions answered by different vets. 

[16:56] Equithrive works really closely with veterinarians, and they’ve lined up some of the top veterinarians in the country to join me on the podcast to answer your questions about your horses help.

“Not wanting to hurt your horse comes from a good place, but it can creep into the horse's mind when they sense your hesitation.” Stacy Westfall
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Episode 1: Fear vs Danger: Riders can improve if they know the difference

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Measuring success at horse shows-Episode 13; The trail to the World Show - YouTube

What would a perfect day on horseback look like for you?
I like both showing and trail riding…so my perfect day involved both:)

On this day, in this video, I decided to take Gabby to a ranch riding show to test my question: Is Gabby ready to ride one handed and do flying lead changes? If you remember a couple episodes I decided ‘no’ and showed her in a snaffle and did a simple lead change.

I judge my ‘success’ in the show pen on several levels.
#1- will my horse show the same as she rides at home?
#2- how does my ride stack up against the other competitors?

At this show I learned that much of the training at home did carry over…but as I suspected, the lead changes are not quite solid enough for one handed at a show.

I headed home and then saddled up Willow for a trail ride. During this next month while I take a break from showing I will still be training. And trail riding. Lots of trail riding.

I will take this month and reevaluate my plan for the rest of the summer and leading to the world show in October.

In 2019 I plan on showing two of my horses in Western Dressage with the goal of showing at the Western Dressage World show in October.
Along the way, I am also training and showing in traditional dressage , reining and ranch riding with Willow and Gabby.
I’m going to be sharing my journey so anyone who is interested can learn along with me.

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I am answering a listener question about repetition and learned helplessness which was a response to my newsletter. The definition of learned helplessness from Google is a condition in which a person suffers from a sense of powerlessness, arising from a traumatic event or persistent failure to succeed. It is thought to be one of the underlying causes of depression.

So the definition is somewhere between a traumatic event and persistent failure to succeed. The question involved trotting in 10 circles, so it’s definitely going to be more around the persistent failure to succeed model. The main concept of this podcast will go back to the four square model of the rider’s mind, the rider’s body, the horses mind, and the horse’s body. Along with, the concept of what you believe about learned helplessness with people.

“I truly believe most people are vastly underestimating their horses.” Stacy Westfall
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Show Notes:

[05:16] My response is going to be based more on the definition of a persistent failure to succeed. 

[06:14] This is where the four square model really shines. We have the rider’s mind, the rider’s body, the horses mind, and the horse’s body.

[06:51] As a person, you’re going to have a lot of experience between where you think that line of persistent failure to succeed may be or stretching your comfort zone.

[07:09] When I think of learned helplessness with people I think about kids going to school. Kids often ask if they really need to go to school or having to sit in a long meeting. 

[08:41] The rider’s mind connects to your body and how you show up with your horse. This will be reflected in the horses mind and body. 

[09:32] Horses do a good job of reflecting us. 

[10:15] Horses are going to move with whatever is allowed. 

[10:32] If a rider believes that 10 laps are negative, they will reflect that back to the horse.

[11:44] Horses pick up on your mind and your body.

[12:32] Breaking down the four square model is super important.

[13:44] There are places where you still have to do a lot of physical work, and this is where the rider’s body and the horse’s body comes in.

[14:15] I choose to believe that Willow is capable of more than what her natural reactions are.

[15:41] I decided that Willow would be my best bet to train for traditional dressage. I signed up for my first traditional show in February, and Willow had never have the saddle on.

[16:30] I trusted that I would be consciously competent at some point.

[16:43] I also trusted in episode 10 about making mistakes in the right direction and episode 14 where there’s a lot of muscle memory and habit building on my side.

[16:58] I also believed that I was adding layers like an episode 31 and episode 22 where horses move beyond predator and prey. 

[17:22] Willow and I just learned our bronze medal in dressage. The bronze is the first of the three levels that signifies your competency level.

[17:56] It wasn’t easy or mistake free. We completed all of these levels because of belief and trying. 

[19:11] What you believe will become evident as you play out your actions.

[19:42] Figure out what you believe about learned helplessness with humans and then think about applying something similar to horses.

[20:34] Next week, we start Season Four: The Horse’s Body. I’ll also be announcing my first sponsor, so stay tuned.

“One of the ways that horses are amazing is that they can reflect us so well.” Stacy Westfall
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Links and Resources:

Starbucks Pony Espresso: Riding My Horse Thru the Drive Thru

Norco, CA Horsetown USA

Trail to the Western Dressage World Show

Episode 5: The Four Stages of Competency

Episode 10: Make Mistakes in the Right Direction

Episode 14: Muscle Memory: habits & experience can improve your horseback riding skills

Episode 31: Listener Question: Untraining a Horse or Adding Layers?

Episode 22: Beyond Prey vs Predator: You’re Underestimating Your Horse

Have you ever wondered what a live version of this podcast would be like?I’m hosting some live, online video calls that are like a live version of this podcast. I teach on a subject, answer questions and for those who are brave, I’ll turn your video on live too and you can join me for a conversation!

If you want to learn more about this you can visit https://stacywestfall.com/live/ for more information!

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A promise to a horse, Willow's Story: Episode 12 - YouTube

I make one promise to my horses.

I promise to develop you to your fullest potential.

Pulling a cart, a safe trail horse or the show pen…

I don’t decide…I help them find it.

I sold Willow as a weanling.

I bought her back as a 4 year old when she was too small.

I thought I could make her a kids horse.

I started her under saddle.

I trail rode & messed around.

For two years.

I wanted to do reining but she wasn’t ready for that pressure yet.

So I looked around and decided to try western dressage.

She did well.

I’m a lifelong learner.

I find most horses enjoy learning.

In 2019 I decided to show Willow in traditional dressage.

Why show? People ask.

Why not? I answer.

Its just another place to develop our communication.

And to hold up my promise to develop each horse to its potential.

Showing never hurts a horse.

Bad decisions and poor choices hurt horses.

And that can happen behind closed doors as easily, or more easily, then in an arena.

So when we went to our last show. … in the mud, between the rain.

Willow and I earned our bronze medal in dressage.

While I’m proud of the show ring awards, I’m more proud of being part of her story.

I’m proud that I recognized where she was at.

And that I kept asking, ‘but what if you can do more’

And she said, ‘maybe I can.’

And she did.

AQHA, USEF, USDF registered name: I Can Can I Trained, shown and loved by Stacy Westfall

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“Hey Stacy. How about a poll? What is the most effective fly spray out there right now? Anyone got a special mix they are using? I need to control/repel mosquitoes, horn flies, deer flies, and the occasional horse fly.”-Carla V.

How about it? What do you use to control flies around your horses? What flies are a problem for you?

Do you use feed through or spray on or both?

Mud: the all natural fly repellent.

Water based? Oil based? All natural?

Please, leave a comment and help us all learn what you use and why.

Feel free to use product names and what you think the product works best for. Do you like it because it stays on a long time or because it controls mosquitoes? Details, please!

Updated 7/3/2019:

As of July 3, 2019, this post has 183 comments. If you’re interested in people thoughts on fly sprays…read comments below! This post was originally published on June 11, 2017

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In this episode, I’m answering a listener question about peaking a horse for a show. The question is how do you keep your horse from peaking before you go to the show? The listener is a week away from a cowboy obstacle racing show. She exercised her mare yesterday, and the mare was spot ready. She doesn’t want to overtrain her horse if the horse is at its peak.

To answer this question, I ask some questions about getting the horse to peak, how long did it take, and how long did it last. Since, I’m not on the phone with the listener, I’m going to run through some different scenarios about these questions that will hopefully help her gain clarity. Also, if anyone is interested in recording a Q and A phone conversation with me, let me know. That could be a really fun podcast. 

“It's very possible to get a horse balanced in a state where you have a level way of being across the board.” Stacy Westfall
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Show Notes:

[02:10] How did you get your horse to this peak?  How long did it take? Have you had her at a peak like this before? How long did that peak last? What do you think brought her down from that last peak?

[03:05] Keep in mind as I run through these scenarios, we are trying to bring the horse into the zone, but it’s kind of like that teeter-totter we’ve talked about previously.

[03:42] How did you get her to this peak? If a horse is going to peak quickly and then fall off the other side I need an awareness that it’s happening.

[05:17] With a very responsive horse you need to realize what the breaking point is and where they start to tip over the edge. You might want to peak this horse right before the show or learn how to extend it afterwards like rocking the teeter totter. 

[07:24] You should be trying to figure this out at home when you don’t have a show. 

[08:17] With a really relaxed horse, you want to start to sharpen them a week before the start of the show. With a horse like this ask how long the last peak lasted?

[10:13] Why doesn’t the balance last? At the lower levels it’s achievable. It’s very possible to get a horse balanced in a state where you have a level way of being across the board.

[10:53] When you start taking horses to a higher level, you have to start thinking about getting into the zone. When you’re operating at a very high level, you are asking for a very high level of mental sharpness which can cause a certain amount of stress.

[12:03] As the zone moves higher, it’s a different conversation than the balanced teeter-totter.

[12:27] Think about how much you are taking the horse out of its comfort zone, and its ability level.

[13:09] Horses who have to max out physically are pushing the edge of mental.

[14:15] I love showing, because it brings up my awareness about the subject. These things happen everywhere where you work with your horse.

[14:44] It’s important to remember when you work a horse at a high level, you are bringing a certain amount of stress, so it’s important to also bring the horse down from that level of stress. 

“When you're operating at a very high level, you are asking for a very high level of mental sharpness which can cause a certain amount of stress.” Stacy Westfall
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Have you ever wondered what a live version of this podcast would be like?I’m hosting some live, online video calls that are like a live version of this podcast. I teach on a subject, answer questions and for those who are brave, I’ll turn your video on live too and you can join me for a conversation!

If you want to learn more about this you can visit https://stacywestfall.com/live/ for more information!

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Show to your horses strengths, specialize or generalize? Episode 11-The Trail to the World Show - YouTube

What are your horses strengths?
How much influence can training have on movement?
What is the judge looking for in the event?
How to they consider the movement, the training and the degree of difficulty?
How much can you influence these as a rider/trainer?

I have established that I can show my horses and achieve solid scores in western dressage, traditional dressage and ranch riding. I know that to move into reining, competitively, I would need to focus specifically on that.

My question to myself is, “Should I stay general across all these disciplines…or should I pick one aim to achieve excellence?”

I’m going to ponder my horses strengths, training level and re-evaluate my goals for the year. The Western Dressage World Show is still my long term goal. The question is…do I keep playing around with multiple disciplines or do I focus for awhile on one over another?

I’ll let you know my decision…once I decide!

In 2019 I plan on showing two of my horses in Western Dressage with the goal of showing at the Western Dressage World show in October.
Along the way, I am also training and showing in traditional dressage , reining and ranch riding with my quarter horses.
I’m going to be sharing my journey so anyone who is interested can learn along with me.

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Is your horse’s behavior caused by mental issues or training issues? Today, I have a listener question from Italy. The listener has a 10-year-old gelding that is still exhibiting the same behavior or training problems that he had when she got him at four and a half years old. 

She is wondering if some horses have trauma that makes it impossible to fix certain issues. I’ll be answering this question by discussing what constitutes mental issues and what constitutes training issues. Then I’ll share my idea that is 10%, 80%, and 10%.

“If the horse is truly having an imbalance type of thing, you are going to see changes across the board.” Stacy Westfall
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[02:52] The truest mental issues I’ve ever seen with a horse makes me think of a chemical imbalance.

[03:25] Studies have suggested that aggressive dogs don’t have the same amount of serotonin in their bodies.

[03:53] Have you ever heard the expression are you loco? Animals can eat locoweed and experience symptoms and signs weeks or even months later. Altered and aggressive behavior is often observed.

[04:43] This includes a violent reaction to routine practices like putting a halter on. Horses also experience more severe neurological effects than cows or sheep do.

[05:05] Removal from exposure to the plant can help with some behavioral changes but some may be permanent.

[05:18] There is evidence that there are things that can affect horses mentally that can last for a very long time.

[05:44] Out of all of the horses I’ve observed, I’ve only seen two who I thought were in this case.

[06:31] If the horse is truly having an imbalance type of thing, you are going to see changes across the board.

[07:09] The undiagnosable horse I was talking about would become unnecessarily violent.

[07:42] The vast majority of issues I’ve seen with horses over the years are training issues.

[08:28] If you put training issues on one side of the teeter-totter and mental issues on the other side, there is a whole spectrum of issues in between.

[09:25] My observation is that there are about 10% of horses who are exceptionally good. They just have a golden temperament.

[10:08] We could maybe go as high as 10% of horses out there who really need an expert.

[10:47] The majority of us deal with that 80% that’s in the middle. These horses are greatly influenced by how they were handled.

[11:26] 90% of the horses out there are really good horses with the potential to do great things.

[12:59] Horses that have a temperament to be creative, work the system a little bit more. Don’t let your horse know that you are swishy, because if they figure it out it’s a bad thing.

[15:24] There is a good chance that this horse has learned different rules between groundwork and ridden work. Because he only acts up in one area, it’s a clue that he has learned a different set of rules.

[16:46] The bigger question would be how retrainable is he?

[17:39] Horses often change according to the handler.

[18:05]  It’s a really big topic of whether it’s mental issues or training issues, and it’s really worth pondering.

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Mistakes during simple and flying lead changes: Episode 10-The trail to the World Show - YouTube

Lead changes are simply lead departures to a new lead. Simple idea. Complex execution.
Lead changes are often considered simple, ‘because the horses do them in the pasture’ but in reality, cueing them in a precise spot, with a rider changes the equation substantially.

In this video, I show good and not-so-good transitions with Willow. I also put the lead change into slow motion so you can see it happen. Willow and I will keep practicing so we can improve our communication. It is interesting to note that I don’t have spurs on during this season. Willow tries so hard that I take them off from time to time to be sure that I am not over cueing.

I also took Gabby to her first horse show alone. This was her first time showing in AQHA Ranch Riding. I really wish I had done a better job showing her. My brain and body reverted back to a few years ago when I was showing Newt, who was very seasoned and trained. He didn’t need help. I should have helped Gabby more by preparing for my transitions better…but I didn’t. Oh, well. Maybe next time.

It was still a great opportunity to ‘season’ her by giving her the experience. Next time, maybe I’ll ride better and our scores will go up.

In 2019 I plan on showing two of my horses in Western Dressage with the goal of showing at the Western Dressage World show in October.
Along the way, I am also training and showing in traditional dressage, reining and ranch riding with my quarter horses.
I’m going to be sharing my journey so anyone who is interested can learn along with me.

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This week I’m answering a listener question. First, I’m going to answer with the theory, and then I’m going to teach you all how to become a detective. The listener wants to know if she can ‘untrain’ the horse’s desire to run full speed during mounted shooting competitions. She wants the horse to slow down or give her more control.

Some of the questions I ask incluse: Is the trigger only at shows or can you trigger a low level version of this at home? When he gets amped up…what aids does he get resistant to? Do you take him to practices? Does a practice amp him up half way between a shoot and at home? Can you set balloons off of him? This episode is a great look into the horses perspective and adding layers to his training.

“I go back and retrain my horses all the time. I go all the way back to the basics, because things can become untrained without use.” Stacy Westfall
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Show Notes:

[02:21] Thank you for the question and congratulations on reaching level three.

[03:07] The first thing I would like to start the conversation with is adding layers. Instead of training the horse, start adding layers to his training.

[03:48] This also brings up habits versus control. Habits are usually some version of anticipation.

[04:29] His habit of being asked to give his all is affecting your control over him. This is very common with speed events.

[06:43] People sometimes overlook that horses can have an adrenaline rush and enjoy the racing.

[08:09] At the end of the day, when we add all of these layers, and say habit versus control, I want to feel like I can turn my horse up and down like using a dial.

[09:02] I have to do a lot of work to make a +7 horse a -7 horse.

[10:50] Here are the questions that I would ask for the detective work.

[11:28] Is the trigger only at shows or can you trigger a low level version of this at home? When he gets amped up…what aids does he get resistant to? For example, very sensitive to your legs, pulling/rooting on the bit, rocking horse lope, sideways movement…how does he express himself.

[13:26] If a horse doesn’t relax into the hug, then he is resisting.

[13:58] Do you take him to practices? Does a practice amp him up half way between a shoot and at home? Can you set balloons off of him? Does he recover outside the ring or in the ring? Or once he gets ‘up’ does he have trouble coming back down?

[15:40] I go back and retrain my horses all the time. I go all the way back to the basics, because things can become untrained without use.

[18:26] When you become a detective and are able to do all this kind of stuff you will realize which aids he is leaning on and what he might be resistant to.

“When you turn up your awareness to how your horse is specifically evading aids when he gets amped up, you can actually find those problems in other spots at home.” Stacy Westfall
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Links and Resources:

Stacy’s Video Diary: Jac-Episode 13-Training Cycles in horse training: Physical and Emotional

Teaching a horse to handle stress. Episode 4: The Trail to the World Show

4 Steps for Training a Horse for Mounted Shooting

3 Steps for Introducing a Horse to Mounted Shooting

Have you ever wondered what a live version of this podcast would be like?I’m hosting some live, online video calls that are like a live version of this podcast. I teach on a subject, answer questions and for those who are brave, I’ll turn your video on live too and you can join me for a conversation!

If you want to learn more about this you can visit https://stacywestfall.com/live/ for more information!

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