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Monthly Archives: November 2017

Another Look at Balkiness in Horses

I have a very sensitive, very lively young Arabian gelding who is a bundle of energy. He runs around and he plays with herd mates often and it takes very little to excite him. Interestingly, my attempts in the past … Continue reading

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What a Visit with a Friend with Early-Stage Dementia Taught me about Horses

Gosh that’s a shocking and very “real” title, but it reflects actual events that happened over the Thanksgiving holiday. A friend that I haven’t seen in many, many years spent this recent holiday with us. I was aware that she … Continue reading

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Your Horse’s Mind… the Most Powerful Teaching “Tool” of All!

This short and very “innocent” video clip features something that I feel very strongly about: Horses are thinking creatures. We were videotaping recently with Bonaparte, my mini, and I wanted to stand next to him and speak into the camera. … Continue reading

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The Start of a New Journey – Hooves!!

Well I guess it was inevitable that I began to trim my own horse’s hooves. It’s been coming along for some time as I have been doing “maintenance trimming” for years now. I have been very reluctant to take on … Continue reading

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