Friday evening, I went for a ride by myself on Cole Train. Since I was alone, I did a lot more cantering than when I am with other horses. We did get the hard lead once on a sharp corner—that same corner that we were successful before. He was doing great until we reached a sharp corner the other direction—and he switched. Well, at least I had it for a little while. We trotted a lot towards home, too. The ride was about 5 miles round trip, and the…Continue
Added by Judi Daly on May 20, 2013 at 3:45pm — No Comments
We had a series of severe thunder storms here in Ontario last night. The thunder and lightening were spectacular - we had quite a light show and it reminded me of our days living in Florida during hurricane season.
The weather is an unpredictable force to be reckoned with and it is up to us to be prepared as we can be.
A ounce of preparation NOW can mean a ton less worry and panic later.
Added by Sarah at HorseJobs.ca on August 21, 2009 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Natural horsemanship revolutionized the way that we interact with horses. Even if you do not follow one of the big natural horsemanship methods, you likely have some knowledge of them. I think that even individuals who say that they do not use natural horsemanship techniques have still been influenced, to some degree, in their approach to horses by the influence natural horsemanship has had on the attitudes of the industry. Even the non-equestrian culture has been made aware of this…Continue
Hello All !! Just want to send this out to you ! Whatever you are worried about will magnify as energy to your horse and to your experience. Energy is magnetic in its nature and what you put out as output returns as input especially when working with your horse. Get yourself centered to your deep calm center feel present in gratitude and love for all you are in this moment . as you breathe take in the wonderful smell of your horse in appreciation send this back through your body so that…Continue
I came across a situation the other day which I thought would be quite fun to share. First, a little background information is in order for those not familiar with my situation.…