It all starts with the foundation. If doesn’t matter if you want a solid show horse or a solid trail horse or a horse that is safe for your grandkids to be around…the key is in the foundation.

That is why I have done blog after blog answering questions and teaching about how to achieve a solid foundation. On the page below you will find links to many of the blogs I have done on the subject. Also feel free to enter a search term in the search bar at the top right of the page. With almost 900 blogs there is a good chance I’ve covered it!

Weaver Leather launches ‘Stacy’s Video Diary’ with Pilot Episode!

Click on the photo or click here to visit Weaver Leather's Facebook page and watch the Pilot Episode NOW!!! Stacy’s Video Diary is the story of two-year-old Jacs Electric Whiz (Jac), the last baby out of Whizards Baby Doll, better known as “Roxy”. Although Roxy is no...
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Roxy’s Last Foal…Jac

Roxy was carrying her first foal when she died. They tried to save him but his lungs were just not developed enough. They were buried together. The vet was so kind. He placed them like they were running-her legs stretched mid-gallop with him just below; the classic...
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First ride in Roxy’s saddle with Jac; Coincidence or God-incidence

I really considered NOT sharing this. It is so strange that it seems fake, like a set up or something but it wasn’t. I decided that it is silly to skip telling the truth just because it so strange that people may not believe. You decide. Yesterday I decided to haul...
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What color were Roxy’s foals? What would Jac produce?

After seeing a photo of Roxy's foal, Gwhiz I'm Smart (Roxter) an interesting question came through on Facebook; "I'm wondering do any of Roxy's offspring have the darker color coat like Roxy? And can Jac breed black?" Horse colors are fascinating and predicting them...
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Stacy’s Video Diary: Jac-Pilot Episode

Have you heard? The pilot video, Episode 1, and Episode 2 have been released!  Do you have a favorite TV show? Remember how cool the first episode is? Check this one out!...
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Stacy’s Video Diary: Jac – Zero Hours of Training…Episode 1

It took 800 hours of training before I rode Roxy bridleless the first time. It took over 1,000 hours of training before the historic "Live Like You Were Dyin" ride. Now meet Jac at 0 hours of training. Have you ever wondered how a professional begins evaluating a...
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Stacy’s Video Diary: Jac – 20 minutes in; hands on training begins…Episode 2

Jac after 20 minute evaluation (Episode 1). The first week with Jac we filmed every day because the young horses learn so fast that if I jumped from day one to day three....you would see a huge change but wonder how I got there. So instead I decided to give more...
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Stacy’s Video Diary: Jac- 40 minutes into training…..Episode 3

The second day Jac decided to test ME! Standing on his hind legs, turning and leaving was one way he tried. Later on, in this same lesson, he threatens (2:40) and I mention it. It is pretty minor but you will see it again in episode 4 where it looks more like a charge...
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Stacy’s Video Diary: Jac- 1 hour of training, Jac evaluates Stacy….Episode 4

If there is a break through episode...this is it! This is the second day of training and you can watch Jac 'shift gears' mentally...and physically. Let me explain the time codes here. Each episode begins with the total training time to date. At the beginning of...
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Order of training theory; thank you for your response to the Jac series!

1 'ME' and '61,360' of YOU...I love your interactions but sometime I miss things 🙂 Having said that, I am doing my best to keep up with you. Thank you to each and every one of you who has watched the Jac Diary and to all of you who have left comments on the blog or...
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Stacy’s Video Diary: Jac- Episode 42 NRHA Futurity

I visited the NRHA Futurity to do some follow up videos with Jac. The National Reining Horse Association Futurity is one of the premier events the association hosts with a total purse and prizes totaling nearly $2.3 Million to exhibitors. The horses have to be...

Stacy's Video Diary: Emotional training

We are always training the horse both physically and emotionally. Physical training is easy to measure; the horse stops better, spins faster or steers easier. Emotional training isn’t always as easy to see. A horse that is very stressed may show signs of stress...

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