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Vol. 5 – Issue 4

14 STUMBLING BLOCKS Learn how to deal with hoof emergencies in one of the most inconvenient environments you and your horse will encounter – out...

Groundwork exercises for success

These four exercises are simple to incorporate into your groundwork routine, and will help keep your horse sharp during the off-season. Learning how to read...

Emotions

Can your horse sense your mood? Your emotions? “We can hide our irritation from other people by masking our emotions, because humans are not good...

Mary Ann Simonds

While many little girls growing up in Fresno, California in the 1960s dreamed of being “Miss Raisin Queen” or the “Cotton Princess”, Mary Ann...

Horsemanship tip #132 – It’s All In His Head

The way your horse holds his head speaks volumes about how he’s feeling. The higher it is, the more alarmed and prepared for flight...

Linda Parelli – Inspirational Women

In the world of natural horsemanship, the name “Parelli” has become a household word. As one half of that dynamic duo, Linda Parelli has...

The importance of proper breathing when riding

Being aware of your breathing is one of the best ways to connect mind and body – a requirement to any enlightened approach to...

Eye Contact

Our eyes are the windows to our souls – to our true feelings and emotions. We can control our mouth and our smile, but...

Keys to Natural Horsemanship

Communication, understanding and mutual respect are the foundations of natural horsemanship, and far more powerful than mechanical force or intimidation. By following some basic...