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“A modern, common sense approach to traditional Australian methods based on a practical application of horse psychology that aims to create a balance for both horse and rider.”
“Anyone who would like to implement the foundations of good horsemanship should learn from Australian Horsemanship” Tracey Lovett
The methods and systems employed are based on the psychology of the horse and rider. They aim to develop a balanced working relationship between the two for any level of experience and ability. Jason’s training is based around the practicalities of handling and riding horses with confidence and control, which lead to a safe and successful partnership.
All of the training revolves around Jason’s MO:RE4 process:
In practical terms, this process is closely related to the concept of ‘making the right thing easy and the wrong thing hard’ and ‘pressure – release’. However, by considering the definitions of these words; Pressure is ‘the exertion of force against a thing; influence or persuasion of an oppressive kind’ To Motivate is ‘to stimulate the interest of; to inspire’ (Oxford English Dictionary) … it follows that good teaching is not just about the lessons you give, but the positive and motivational mindset in which you deliver them!
Jason has spent a lot of time building on his experiences and the knowledge of generations of horsemen in his own family and other exceptional horse trainers in Australia. All of his work with horses now tends to revolve around the aforementioned concepts and the following “10 Requirements”.