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Monthly Archives: September 2018

Horse’s Idea – Longer Session, Your Idea – Shorter Session

Yesterday I was scratching my mare Sweet Pea on her rump, something that she loves. I stopped and stepped back, and sure enough, she took a few steps back to me. I scratched her again, stepped back and waited. She … Continue reading

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Rituals… So common, So “Un-noteworthy”… and So Overlooked.

Every time and every day you do anything with your horse or horses, there’s a routine involved, a habit, a predictable sequence of events. Much of this is being created by your actions, and some of it is springing from … Continue reading

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Helping my Horse Stand… not Making him Stand

My feral horse Banjo is a fidgety thing, and this characteristic can really present itself when he’s tied to something. He’s been this way since I adopted him from a local rescue as a baby. Admittedly, I don’t tie up … Continue reading

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