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Top Ten Tips For Coaching Youth Riders (Waite)
Top Ten Tips For Coaching Youth Riders (Waite)
Top Ten Tips For Coaching Youth Riders (Waite)
Top Ten Tips For Coaching Youth Riders (Waite)
Top Ten Tips For Coaching Youth Riders (Waite)
Top Ten Tips For Coaching Youth Riders (Waite)
Top Ten Tips For Coaching Youth Riders (Waite)
Top Ten Tips For Coaching Youth Riders (Waite)
Top Ten Tips For Coaching Youth Riders (Waite)
Top Ten Tips For Coaching Youth Riders (Waite)
Top Ten Tips For Coaching Youth Riders (Waite)
Top Ten Tips For Coaching Youth Riders (Waite)
Top Ten Tips For Coaching Youth Riders (Waite)
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  • 1. My Horse University and eXtension welcome you to this live Webcast.<br />Top Ten Tips<br />for<br />Coaching Youth Riders<br />Karen Waite, M.S.<br />Dept. of Animal Science<br />Michigan State University<br />Please note: This presentation is intended for users with high-speed internet connections. Unfortunately, we cannot offer support for dial-up users at this time.<br />
  • 2. Meet the presenter:<br />Karen Waite, M.S.<br />Dept. of Animal Science<br />Michigan State University<br />
  • 3. #10<br />Respect the<br />horse first!<br />
  • 4. #9<br />Recognize that young people do not reap all of the positive benefits of equine experience by<br />“just doing it.”<br />
  • 5. #8<br />Teach young people to be internally, rather than externally, motivated.<br /><ul><li> Goal setting
  • 6. Skill attainment
  • 7. “Baby steps”</li></li></ul><li>#7<br />Encourage young riders to seek out and be energized by challenges.<br />
  • 8. #6<br />Help young riders see their development as a<br />controllable process, rather than a fixed quality.<br />
  • 9. #5<br />Help young riders<br />learn to accept success and failure as part of the game.<br />
  • 10. #4<br />Model the previously mentioned tips by continuing your own education.<br /><ul><li> Clinics
  • 11. Instructor Certification
  • 12. www.myhorseuniversity.com
  • 13. www.extension.org/horse
  • 14. Simplifying Successful Horsemanship!</li></li></ul><li>#3<br />Recognize and appreciate that everyone learns differently…<br />horses too!<br />
  • 15. #2<br />Deliver positive, specific, contingent feedback to youth AND horses!<br />
  • 16. #1<br />Make it<br />FUN!<br />
  • 17. Thank you for attending this live web presentation!<br />For more information about <br />My Horse University and its online program,<br />Please visit us at:<br />www.myhorseuniversity.com<br />Contact us!<br />info@myhorseuniversity.com<br />www.myhorseuniversity.com<br />(517) 353-3123<br /> My Horse University is a national online program based at Michigan State University in partnership with eXtension and Equisearch.<br />

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