Natural Horse World

Helping people care for horses

Does your horse love you?

Do your horses come when they are called? Do they show you where they’d like to be itched? Do they follow you wanting more? If you can’t answer yes to these questions then perhaps you need a relationship reviver! Here’s how you can get a yes to all the above: 1. Give your horse a […]

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Mutual Trust Friendship Training More information available from: Charles H. (Chuck) Mintzlaff

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Horse Agility Update: Horse Agility Australia will be at Equitana, Sydney, November 2011. Andrew Hennell reports: Thursday will see HAA with a 90-minute session in a large outdoor ‘entertainment’ arena. Georgia Bruce will also join us to demonstrate how clicker training can work with agility. Friday and Sunday see HAA with a 45-minute indoor demonstration […]

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Finding that Friendship Spot

Last month I talked about being friends first with your horse and how ‘peer attachment’ is an important concept and part of the Friendship Training Program. “Mutual grooming is one of the most important acts for cementing the relationship between two horses …. It is an indicator of the strongest bond within an equine family […]

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Lets be Friends First

While most people would like to think they are friends with their horse, and many know that being friendly with your horse is the first step in any horsemanship program, few realise just how far you can develop that friendship. One horsemanship program that bases its philosophy on the unique bonds horses form with each […]

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New Article

Friendship Training Over the past few months I’ve hardly been able to contain my excitement at ‘finding’ Friendship Training. Actually, Chuck Mintzlaff, founder of this unique method of ‘training yourself so your horse can understand you’  found my website and suggested a link. As I’m naturally cautious about recommending products, people and methods I decided […]

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