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Q&A – Weight in Movement?

Jonathan was recently asked a very interesting question by a student and wanted to share… Question:  “I was reading Alois Podhajsky and am wondering if the question “Where does the rider’s weight go on lateral moves?” has historically been answered … Continue reading

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An Exciting New Video!

Just released today, check out this new video by Salazar for Red Bull Media House about Jonathan’s life with horses. It made Vimeo’s front page and is already a Vimeo Staff Pick! Watch the video at http://vimeo.com/channels/staffpicks/100949626   <p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/100949626″>JonathanContinue reading

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Young Horses – Teaching them to learn

I love when I get the chance to run in to a horseman that has raised and trained young horses for a lifetime. I was at the Saskatchewan Equine Expo this past February and there were horses brought in for … Continue reading

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Behind the scenes with Jonathan Field and Friends

Hello Everyone, ‘ Andrea here – letting you in on some of the preparatory action that’s already in motion for Jonathan Field and Friends this September. ‘ Some of you may remember me, as I worked for Jonathan and Angie … Continue reading

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Jonathan Field Receives Top Honours at the 2014 Road to the Horse International.

An exciting update from the Road to the Horse International! After 3 amazing days of demos and colt starting in Kentucky, Jonathan received the Jack Brainard Best Horseman Award! We are so proud of this prestigious award that was presented … Continue reading

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Getting ready for Road to the Horse!

  People often ask me “What is the biggest challenge with Road to the Horse?”   This is what I find it to be: This is an event that you prepare and plan for a solid year. It’s on your … Continue reading

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Grass: Are you the Leader? Or is the Grass?

Each year, during our camps at the James Creek Ranch, a consistent question comes up during our lessons out in the pastures. With all that beautiful, lush grass, it can be difficult to keep our horses attention on us and … Continue reading

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