“Back stiff,” Walter groaned.
“Well, we’ll do a few exercises to supple you a little. It’ll loosen you up.”
“Back sore, back aching,” he protested.Read More
There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that out of every 1,000 horses, 999 are smarter than the person riding them.
We give the horse credit for having the mentality of a three-year-old child. We don’t give them enough credit for being “consistent and reasonable”.Read More
A little more than 10,000 years ago—give or take a 1,000 years—one cave man said to another, “I’m so hungry I could eat a horse.” So they did.
First man just ate horses. Later he discovered he could keep lame mares and milk them. That was the beginning of the meat and milk industry.Read More
Why is it these days that whenever a clinician tells a rider, “the most important way of communicating is….” – he or she always has a communication device to sell?
Or “the most important means of communication is” some kind of training system the clinician is promoting.Read More