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Monthly Archives: May 2016

Get Physical!

As I have mentioned many, many times in this blog, my young Arabian gelding, India (seen above), is a very physical horse. Leaping, prancing and flinging his body all about is as natural as breathing to him. He is also … Continue reading

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The Invisible Bubble

I’ve posted a great deal on my young Arabian India because frankly, he has presented so many novel and fascinating challenges. He is one superstar horse, let me tell you, very smart, high self-esteem. And he has a very distinct … Continue reading

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Ground Work Handler and Liberty Handler: Worlds Apart in Every Way, Part 3 in a 3-Part Series.

Stress, Inevitable vs. Not Inevitable With some ground work exercises, stressing the horse is considered a necessary “means to an end,” with the handler seeking to remove the stress as soon as possible and as often as possible. The creation … Continue reading

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How Did They Know?

Yesterday I had one of those “hard to explain” experiences that seem to happen when we are with our beloved animals. I think the state of mind that they put us in opens us up to experiences that can be … Continue reading

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