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[15 Aug 2011 | One Comment | ]

Dr. Jessica Jahiel’s teaching goal is to develop balanced, willing, forward horses and thoughtful riders.Ô Whatever the discipline, riding level, or breed, her most important goal is to make it easier for horses and riders to enjoy each other. Internationally-acclaimed clinician Dr. Jessica Jahiel is the author of the award-winning book for adult working riders, RIDING FOR THE REST OF US: A Practical Guide for Adult Riders. (For those of you who haven’t seen the book, it’s a wonderfully refreshing look at how to achieve your riding goals while dealing with jobs, husbands, kids, and stress!)

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We asked horse training expert Dr. Jessica Jahiel, whose teaching goal is to develop balanced, willing, forward horses and thoughtful riders. More on Jessica
From: Erin
About six months or so ago, I wrote to you about my shire/TB cross yearling – it was regarding his height/growth.
You told me about that great method for determining height, where you measure from the elbow to mid fetlock and then invert the tape to see how many more inches above the wither my horse would grow.
I did that, and at that time, he was 14.2 …