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Overcoming fear after a riding accident

Coping with and moving past your fear after a riding accident isn’t easy. Get back on the horse by taking these important steps and...

How to reduce fear after a riding accident

Horseback riding accidents can be scary, and overcoming the fear you experience is easier said than done. These steps will help you get back...

Is your horse claustrophobic?

All horses, by nature, are claustrophobic to some degree. Understanding why your equine partner reacts this way will help you develop a program to...

Building confidence naturally with pheromones

Help your horse face his fears and build confidence with pheromones. Horses are highly sensitive to their environment and surroundings. Because of this, fear is...

Chakras And Your Horse

Chakras aren’t just for humans - horses have them too! Many of us are familiar with chakras, either through studying holistic healing modalities, or from...

Panic Vs. Fear: Spot The Difference

Understanding the difference between panic and fear makes all the difference in how you handle the situation. Your horse doesn’t want anything to do with...

Rebuilding Confidence After A Fall

Getting back onto your horse after a fall can be challenging. Taking baby steps and a safe approach to riding again will help you...

Teaching Your Horse To ‘Switch Eyes’

Teaching your horse to switch eyes will increase her confidence and help her calm down when objects approach her from behind. Horses are unique creatures....

Bach Flower Essences: Subtle and effective intervention for horse and rider

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Vol. 9 – Issue 1

10 VACCINES AND TITER TESTING - AN UPDATE Which vaccinations does your horse really need, and how often? 14 ACUPRESSURE FOR STRONG IMMUNITY Try this...