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Icelandic Horses of Ryder Ranch

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button Ground Training

button Obstacle Course and TTouch

button Roker's Here!

button Gaefur Arrives

button Riding with One Rein and Halter

button Laura, Dave, and Judy B. Visit

button Vinur's First Ride Under Saddle

button Vinur's Adventures--#1

buttonVinur's Adventures--#2

buttonVinur's Adventures--#3

buttonVinur's Adventures--#4

buttonVinur's Adventures--#5




buttonStarting Max

buttonDyggur--Ya Gotta See the Baa-bee

button Tryggur--The New Guy

button Jumping Horses

button Askur Socks

button Other Photos

buttonProject Horse Wanted


button IceHorse Club

buttonIceHorse Rescue

button Metaphysical Horse

button Natural Horsemanship/Relationships

buttonIcelandic Horse Websites and Email Lists

button Contacts for Icelandic Horses

buttonIcelandic Horse Webring--Info to Join

buttonFavorite Links

button More Links and Add your own Link

button Index

Four Horses in a Row


buttonQuotes Of Albert Einstein

buttonProverbs and Poems


buttonIcelandic Horse Webring

buttonNatural Horsemanship Webring

buttonGaited Horse Webring

buttonClickRyder Webring (Horses)


My name is JudyRyder Duffy;
we live in Arizona and have five Icelandic Horses,
one Tennessee Walker, and one Missouri Fox Trotter.
I enjoy working with the horses and trail riding.


We use several methods to train our horses:

button Natural Horsemanship

buttonParelli (PNH)

buttonClicker Training (Operant Conditioning)

buttonPassive Leadership


buttonalong with other gentle methods

buttonCentered Riding

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Sister Websites

buttonIceHorse Info

button Equine Massage and Complementary Therapies

buttonVersatility of Icelandic Horses


If you listen to your horse with more than your ears, you will hear him talking to you.

"Some people, who as soon as they have got upon a young horse, fancy that by beating and spurring they will make him a trained horse in one morning only. I would fain ask such stupid people, whether by beating a boy, they could teach him to read without first showing him his alphabet."
William Cavendish, Marquis of Newcastle (1743)

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