Lessons with Geo, Part 1: Desensitizing the Hind Legs

Jonathan recently purchased a 6 year old Warmblood gelding who he hopes will become one of his stars as well as his jumping horse!

Geo arrived at the Field Horsemanship Center in Abbotsford BC, just after Christmas. Jonathan has high hopes for him, but first Geo will need to become a brave partner and overcome his fears.

Geo showed great potential as a jumper, but after some time in the show ring he started running into problems. Geo became fearful and reactive and began refusing fences. Jonathan decided to purchase Geo and has already begun the re-Starting process, building a solid foundation before he returns to jumping!

Keep watching for more updates as Jonathan takes Geo through his re-Start!

If you have a horse that you would like to re-start, take a look at Jonathan’s DVD series “The re-Start is Everything” available at http://www.jonathanfield.net

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3 Responses to Lessons with Geo, Part 1: Desensitizing the Hind Legs

  1. Lyse and Orreo says:

    You have such a sensitive feel, you support, provide just the right amount of challenge and have compassion for the horse. Always inspiring to watch you. Thanks for sharing, he’s a beautiful horse I your hands and heart :)

  2. Colt starting would be a good investment for anyone who has a love for horses.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Jonathan, I can’t wait to see you at the clinic in Blackfalds Ab, May 25. We also have a warmblood that I haven’t told you about. But he is by far my best liberty horse and boy does he love to jump. 17.1 hh Cassius Clay has got that personality that just makes you wanna b around him.
    Jerry

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