Horsemanship, the art of riding, handling, and training horses. Good horsemanship requires that a rider control the animal’s direction, gait, and speed with maximum effectiveness and minimum efforts. The basic principle of horsemanship is to obtain results in a humane way by a combination of balance, seat, hands, and legs.
Tabitha Goetschalckx-Morgan of Morgan Horsemanship utilizes these basics of horsemanship along with her personal respect and admiration in caring for, working with, training and riding horses in a manner that is appropriate for them – not just us. Tabitha’s passion is sharing her expertise of horses with anyone willing learn.
Please contact Tabitha at Long Shadows Charitable Foundation for:
Riding Lessons | Ground Work | Liberty Training | Bareback Riding | Trail Riding