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Ari Sizemore

Ari Sizemore is a Certified Martha Beck Life Coach and an equine education expert. She is the founder, coach and managing partner of EquuSynced LLC, a company that specializes in introducing and re-introducing kids, teens and adults to horses. Ari works with the full range of horse lovers, from individuals who just want to be around horses, learn to groom them and possibly do some ground work, to aspiring riders, to riders with decades of experience who seek a mutual, respectful, and holistic way of building relationships with horses. www.equusynced.com

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How Much Should You Work Your Horse?

By Ari Sizemore

I was lucky enough this year to attend a day of the local clinic of a famous clinician. I have studied this clinician’s philosophy, watched videos, read articles, etc. so was thrilled to have the opportunity to watch him work live. As I expected, I agreed with much of what he said. Therefore, one comment […]

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Change Is Gonna Come

By Ari Sizemore

I write to you on the brink of tremendous change in my life and the lives of my equines. First, some background… I grew up in the world of competing in hunter/jumper shows. In that world, horses live in 12’X12’ box stalls with small runs (my horse had an 18’X12’ run). If they’re lucky, they […]

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How Do Horses Experience The World Differently To Us?

By Ari Sizemore

How do you experience your world? As humans, in general, we experience our world in sights and sounds. We gather data from those senses, secondarily from our other senses, and then we process and analyze the information. Why do we rely heavily on sight and sound? Our sense of sight is our most developed sense. […]

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Do We Really Do What Is Best For Our Horses?

By Ari Sizemore

For some time now, I have felt a deep seated desire to express my thoughts on a topic that is often preached but blatantly disregarded in practice in the horse show industry. This topic is doing what is best for our horses. By nature, it is correlated to encouraging riders to feel their horse and […]

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7 Steps for Being Authentic With Your Horse

By Ari Sizemore

Are you feeling less than enthusiastic about your life at the moment? Less than thrilled about your relationship with your horse? This may not mean that you’re actively having issues in your life or relationship with your horses, but I’m sure you know the feeling of KNOWING that there is more possible. As a life […]

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