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The Psychology of Horses

Top 10 Questions to Ask a Horse’s Seller

  1. How long have you owned the horse? 2. Where did the horse come from? 3. Has he/she been professionally trained? If so, by whom? 4. Who rides the horse now and how often? 5. Where do you ride the horse most often? (i.e., arena, roads, trails) 6. Has the horse ever been turned … Continue reading »

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What Makes Natural Horsemanship…Natural?

Natural horsemanship seems to be a popular term in the horse world these days, intriguing to some and intimidating to others. Really, it’s quite a simple concept—the ability to enter a horse’s world and think and move in ways that communicate positively to them in “language” they understand. This idea can be applied to many … Continue reading »

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