Part 2 Effective Communication with the Driving Horse To Begin Part 2 Click here . Body Position is The 4 th Aid Seat Position Jeff Morse & Telishan Santiam, owned by Gail & Laurence Williamson How it Should Look Jeff Morse & SBS Risky Business
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Effective Communication with
the Driving Horse
To Begin Part 2
Jeff Morse & Telishan Santiam, owned by Gail & Laurence Williamson
Jeff Morse & SBS Risky Business
Lift you feet and rest them on the floor
Work your way up your legs, knees, thighs, pelvis
Let the motion of the vehicle move you.
Become Elvis = Loose!
Elbows even with the front of your rib cage
Hands held the width of your shoulders
Hands higher than your elbows
Ride the vehicle like you are riding on a saddle
LOOK where you are going!TheCheck YourselfRoutine
Learn to drive by Feel
by driving with your eyes closed.
The Essential Exercise
Let’s Make a Deal
The Horse gets to move your hand with his mouth in exchange for you getting to move and control the horse’s head and neck.
Fayth Preis & Harwinton Daisy Davis
Jeff Morse & Gaitwood Garmisch
Fred Herrick & Saddleback Supreme
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Jeff Morse trains horses and drivers for carriage driving in the Berkshire Hills in Massachusetts, 7 mile from Exit1 on the Mass. Pike. He is available for clinics year round. His competition and clinic schedule is viewable here.
Jeff, whip ~ Age 2 with his Advanced Rooster
Green Meads farm
PO Box 158
Richmond, MA 01254
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