December 25, 2017 1 Comment


Whether it's new years day or the eight day in August, every horse owner in the world should consider setting new goals and mapping their progress with their horse. Why??

Because without clear goals, you will flounder. That doesn't mean you won't have fun. Lot's of folks who don't set goals have a great time. We call those folks, teenagers. But anybody who wants to have fun and set goals needs a road map. 

You need to be able to see where you are and where you are going. You need to take advantage of the season and prepare for the next season. 

I've created a daily journal to help you do just that. Check it out. Get started in the new season right! Be resolved! Be clear! Be decisive!

Included in the journal is a complete guide to everything horsemanship. Did you ever what what "behind the vertical" means? You'll find it, in this guide. How about, "haunches in" or "shoulders in"? That's in there too. Just about everything related to horse training is in this quick reference. 

Also included, is a personal goal setting section. I want you to start the year with clarity. Clarity is power! Clarity can move mountains!

For years I've used diagrams to help me map out arena patterns, draw a jump course or simply illustrate points of reference in space and time for reference in a particular daily activity. I've included a dozen or so pages, just for that purpose in this book too. As well as over one hundred daily entry's, blank, and ready for you to answer four basic questions. 1. What are your long term goals? 2. What are immediate daily goals? 3. What are you recent successes and challenges? 4. What are you newly learned strategies and techniques?

Each journal entry page also contains a famous horsemanship quote from people who've proven to be excellent with horses.

Students who've been using they journal say they don't know how they gotten along without it. It's going to help you make progress in your horse training journey. That much is certain.

Take a closer look. And you can buy it at: Mastery Horsemanship Journal


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Eileen Coe
Eileen Coe

December 26, 2017

I have ordered mine! Zeva and I are looking forward to getting it soon!!

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