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Category Archives: Horsemanship
Today we look at a question from a reader: Hi! I just want to say how incredible it has been reading this book. I have had only trail riding experiences with horses and didn’t understand much about horses until I … Continue reading
I recently had an interesting question from a reader that related to some of the principles I talk about in Zen Mind, Zen Horse. I thought it would be helpful for everyone to review this real life example: Dear Dr. … Continue reading
Think you can head out on horseback without a pre-flight check? Think again! Pre-flight checks were born out of necessity…. In 1935, the Boeing Corporation was testing its latest bomber in front of a group of Washington, DC decision makers … Continue reading
The key to training horses is patience. Not because horses are so slow but because human beings are so fast. As humans, we are so inherently predatory by nature that we want the horse to learn, to respond now–or even … Continue reading
The world of horsemanship finds itself at a dangerous and exhilarating juncture with respect to equine-facilitated learning and therapy. The last century has led us through the revolution of natural horsemanship and brought equine-facilitated activities to the awareness of the … Continue reading