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post #1 of 56 Old 08-03-2009, 10:11 AM Thread Starter
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Question George Morris Training/ Riding Methods

Hello all
I have just recently started taking lessons and the lady i am getting lessons from uses George Morris's methods in her teachings, i am loving it right now and i definitely think it is a very good method. She is also a certified centered riding trainer and she uses some parelli. But she seems to keep her focus in George Morris's Method.

Anyways i was just wondering what you all think of George Morris and his ways of riding and training?

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post #2 of 56 Old 08-03-2009, 10:22 AM
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he is the best :)
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Definitely the best
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i was thinking the sammme thing :) haha.


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He is the best where Equitation is applicable for Jumping. Afterall, our horses reflect what we do in the saddle 100% of the time and 99% of error that occur while riding is ours, and GM totally understands this.

My last coach trained under GM, so I learnt TONS from her. I am a firm believe that if you are out, so is your horse - and so does GM.

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thanks for the input MIE :) and yes the trainer im getting lessons from has been to many of his clinics and she is a big believer in very good equitation


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Big, huge fan of GM. I wish I could go to one of his clinics!

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Other than the fact that YES I do believe that an ungroomed horse can jump as well as a groomed one Yeah GM is good.
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He helped get the Gold last year at the Olumpics, can't prove yourself any more than that.

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very true, thanks guys, anyone else???
and hotreddun haha yes thats true and my trainer was like you make sure u get here in plenty of time before the lesson so you can groom because i like a well put out horse, i was like oh boy theres the george morris coming through her hahaha


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