Brandi Lyons Horses and Horsemanship
You could say Brandi Lyons has been learning about horsemanship all her life. My wife had told be about John Lyons and what he could do with a horse nearly twenty years ago. I was unimpressed simply because I wasn’t into horses. When I began working with horses, I quickly found out that anyone who could get something consistent from a horse was impressive. When a listener, Leo Van Sistine, recommended I interview Brandi Lyons, I jumped at the chance.
When a listener, Leo Van Sistine, recommended I interview Brandi Lyons, I jumped at the chance. It all happened quickly because Brandi is one of several clinicians hosting a weekend of horsemanship. Now, a little note. Even though this event was scheduled just 14 days from my interview with Brandi Lyons, there has been so much rain in California that the event had to be moved. Maria Liverett has been busy helping to organize this event. Please visit this Facebook Event Site for the latest details.
Brandi Lyons knows how fear can limit your horsemanship goals. That’s one reason why she calls her website Lyons No Limits. Brandi works in all disciplines. In this conversation, we talk about problems the average riders faces and what they can do to improve their relationship with their horse.
We also get to hear from Brandi what it was like growing up with an icon of the natural horsemanship movement.
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