Lindsay Grice's Blog – February 2013 Archive (3)


In riding or in life, a change of pace or a change of place. 

Transitions between gaits. Trot to canter. Canter to halt. Halt to walk. The unique “beat of the feet” changes from one gait to another. 

Transitions within a gait. The drumbeat of the gait remains the same, but the stride lengthens or shortens. Practicing…


Added by Lindsay Grice on February 27, 2013 at 7:49am — No Comments

What Makes a good coach? Part 2

Now let’s get practical. Here are some pointers from a coaching expert…

  • Analytical eye. Ability to zero in on the issue and the source of it. Developed from watching hundreds of horses and riders and thinking about what we…

Added by Lindsay Grice on February 24, 2013 at 3:02pm — No Comments

What Makes a Good Coach? Part 1

A good coach knows It's more than horse shows. Our students may take away a ribbon, year end title and "Congratulations!" from peers as they exit the ring. But if they don't take away life lessons learned from the pressure cooker of competition, we've failed as coaches. In 25 years of coaching, I smile as I look back at the clients who've been transformed…


Added by Lindsay Grice on February 4, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments

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