Introducing the Tattletale for Equestrians!
Is your horse trying to tell you something, or is he just telling on you with his performance?

Got good hands?
Could they be better?

If you answered yes to both of these questions you might be lying to yourself and cheating your horse.

The correct answer is: Your hands can always be better!

No matter what your riding discipline, you're probably striving for a happy, sound
and cooperative horse.
However, we all struggle throughout our lives to develop the quietest and most subtle aids possible.

 

The Quest for a better way!
Did you ever stop to think that from the time we are born we do everything with our hands?
After realizing this, it makes sense that riders find it difficult to use their leg aids before using their hands,
and because everyone has a dominate side (right or left handedness) equality and independence while riding, especially in the rein aids can be difficult or seem almost impossible to acheive. Also these days most horse
owners work full time jobs and have limited time to spend developing the skills required to send clear signals
to the horse. Other limitations may be limited access to a qualified instructor or schoolmaster to learn on.
So, what's a caring rider to do?

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Got good hands?
Could they be better?

If you answered yes to both of these questions you might be lying to yourself and cheating your horse.

The correct answer is: Your hands can always be better!

No matter what your riding discipline, you're probably striving for a happy, sound
and cooperative horse.
However, we all struggle throughout our lives to develop the quietest and most subtle aids possible.

 

Got good hands?
Could they be better?

If you answered yes to both of these questions you might be lying to yourself and cheating your horse.

The correct answer is: Your hands can always be better!

No matter what your riding discipline, you're probably striving for a happy, sound
and cooperative horse.
However, we all struggle throughout our lives to develop the quietest and most subtle aids possible.

 

Got good hands?
Could they be better?

If you answered yes to both of these questions you might be lying to yourself and cheating your horse.

The correct answer is: Your hands can always be better!

No matter what your riding discipline, you're probably striving for a happy, sound
and cooperative horse.
However, we all struggle throughout our lives to develop the quietest and most subtle aids possible.

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
How it Works
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Common Mistakes
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Online Demo
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