Together with Peggy and her team, including her co-writer Bobbie Jo Lieberman, we tried to bring you the best of Peggy’s Connected Groundwork lessons in a beautifully turned out, clearly presented, well written package.
“Tightness, bracing patterns, crookedness, and on-the forehand tendencies exist in all horses,” Peggy writes in the Introduction to her book. “Some have these patterns from birth. Others begin acquiring them as soon as a halter is put on their head, a bit goes into their mouth, and a rider gets on their back. The groundwork exercises in this book–which form the prelude and foundation to my Connected Riding method–have restored movement, function, and elasticity to hundreds of horses worldwide.”
Everyone at TSB is thrilled with this book and the way Peggy extends her techniques and theories to all of us in the hopes that a few more horses can move in comfort and perform their best, and a few more riders can communicate more clearly with their riding partner, and in a way that improves their horse’s way of going, general attitude, and longevity.