My First Title is online NOW

I am not sure if this link to Amazon will work, so you can also type in: Seeking Common Ground by Sara Annon Volume 2 will be online as soon as we make sure that all the computer bits and buts are working correctly. https://www.amazon.com/s?ref=series_rw_dp_labf&_encoding=UTF8&field-collection=Light+in+the+Saddle%2C+Practices+and+Principles+for+Horses+and+Humans&url=search-alias%3Ddigital-text Advertisements

Marketing and Scams

Well, maybe scam is putting it a bit strongly, but I somehow triggered the ‘give us your money, we have 850,000 contacts who want to buy YOUR book!’ ads before I even got any manuscripts to my e-publisher.  I suppose it is possible that the advertisers might genuinely have hundreds of thousands of live contacts […]

Lost in Cyberspace

Seeking Common Ground which focuses on equine behavior and handling horses from the ground and The Gymnastic Circle which focuses on equine biomechanics, conditioning and lungeing should be available soon! I actually sent the first manuscript off to the e-publishers the end of January. Apparently it disappeared into cyber space somewhere between my computer and […]

Rocking the Lumbo-Sacral Joint

When I read that neither horse’s spines nor their legs bent to the side, but that they turned by rotating the vertebrae in their back in order to change the path their hind legs took I had to think it out for myself. Sure enough, when I really looked at the difference between the horse’s […]

The Gallop and the Horse’s Back

Horse people tend to use the words canter and gallop interchangeably, when the horse actually has two distinct hardwired versions of the canter/gallop. Dressage trainers call one version a four-beat canter. Personally I call it the galumph because it is an awkward collapse towards the front  that feels like the horse is progressing by moving […]