Taking Priority to Positive® to the Next Level in 2022… Part Two

2022-01-28T09:10:59-07:00By |Blog|

As our team continues to grow, we are pleased to welcome new horses, boarders, students, and babies, and we look forward to this show season…

Priority to Positive® Student Trainers and Interns
Our Priority to Positive® Student Trainers, Cami and Jasmine, arrived at Via Nova in August of […]
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Advancing Equestrian Practice to Improve Equine Quality of Life with ISES

2021-11-26T16:31:05-07:00By |Uncategorized|

Putting the welfare of the horse first is an ongoing goal for Via Nova, which is why we chose to sponsor the 2021 International Society of Equitation Science (ISES) Annual Conference this fall. Believing in the ISES mission, we were also interested in the variety of speakers and […]

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The Lost Art of Horsemanship Panel at Equitana – Part 2, Always a student. Be a horseman. Embrace the process of horsemanship.

2021-11-03T07:48:25-06:00By |Blog, Training|

In these five posts, we aim to recapture some of the highlights of this engaging discussion that crossed disciplines and backgrounds and was intricately woven together through expression and experience.

The panel consisted of Karen Rohlf of Dressage Naturally, Ronny Riemer, the “German Riding Instructor” of RC […]

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The Lost Art of Horsemanship Panel at Equitana – Part 3, Be open to change. Be progressive.

2021-11-03T07:47:55-06:00By |Blog, Training|

Jen Roytz of the Retired Racehorse Project asked questions of The Lost Art of Horsemanship panel that led to some very illuminating answers. We highlighted aspects below by using some keywords and the knowledge shared accordingly. Note that the order of the questions […]

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The Lost Art of Horsemanship Panel at Equitana – Part 4, Eat humble pie. Check your ego at the barn door. Ask questions.

2021-11-03T07:45:37-06:00By |Blog, Training|

The panel consisted of Karen Rohlf of Dressage Naturally, Ronny Riemer, the “German Riding Instructor” of RC Equestrian, Pat Parelli of Parelli Horsemanship, and Max Corcoran, Supergroom and USEA President.

Jen Roytz of the Retired Racehorse Project asked questions of the […]

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The Lost Art of Horsemanship Panel at Equitana – Part 5, Understand shaping. Know the end to find the beginning. Take small steps…

2021-11-03T09:36:41-06:00By |Blog, Training|

Last but not least, we gathered these key aspects from The Lost Art of Horsemanship panelists at Equitana – understand shaping, know the end to find the beginning, take small steps, always remember the joy and be in the moment. Note that the order […]

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Back in the Saddle with American Horse Publications

2021-09-28T14:23:30-06:00By |Blog|

It is always a pleasure to meet up with horse people from all over the nation, especially when it’s at the AHP Equine Media Conference.  Canceled in 2020, this year over 100 media, sponsors and speakers gathered in Irving, Texas in September for some cowtown tours, interesting seminars, […]

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