As you all know, who are my Facebook friends, I was struggling on a topic for my next blog. After your suggestions I was going through my home feed, on Facebook, and I ran across this picture that sparked a need in me to share a story about the cruelty that many horses face in how bits and cavasons are used and how we need to change our attitude and treatment of horses.
I got to know horses similar to the way that Jane Goodall did getting to know the Chimpanzees. Though admittedly I did not spend the amount of time that Jane spent in nature. I have spent a lifetime using the training of horses as a way to allow the horse to guide me to become a better horseman.
My method will grow your ability to clearly communicate with your horse. A true working partnership with your horse will emerge. The curriculum I offer in my online course, working a horse at Liberty, is designed to fit your individual skill set
The world of horse training today is about getting tack onto the horse to keep a horse under control, rather than seeing that this control is not needed, and that using tack slows the training process down because no foundation was given to socializing the horse to accept human leadership and developing the horses desire to learn and perform.
If your horse could talk, I bet he would say “Please, let’s take this course so we can get to know each other better, be our authentic selves, and then dance at Liberty effortlessly, easily and naturally.”