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Why does it have to be this way?

By Danielle Coleman A few events have led me to write this article, but I am just going to share the most influential event with you. I recently read a discussion on an online forum. The chat forum had a discussion started by someone regarding their naughty horse. This person was reaching out for help […]

Hear what your horse has to say

– by Danielle Coleman Ever since I started learning about animal communication from popular authors such as Marta Williams, Amelia Kincade and J.Allen-Boone, I discovered we’re all able to communicate on an energetic level if we can just learn to quiet the chatter in our minds and be prepared to accept what we hear or […]

Watch Your Thoughts

– by Cynthia Cooper When I discovered horses (and all other animals) could ‘hear’ me or telepathically read my mind, I felt bad for ‘saying’ (thinking) not so nice thoughts about them. I asked myself – “Would I greet a good friend with ‘hello fattie’ or say ‘Get going you lazy slob’? I was embarrassed […]

Barefoot and Bridle-less

by Liz Mitten-Ryan I feel strongly about this topic as I have a herd of fourteen warmbloods that have lived without bits and shoes. They are as God made them, living on 320 acres, of meadows, hills and rocky terrain, enormous, well fed, 1500 pound animals who are joyous and free and in perfect health. […]

Leadership with horses

by Cynthia Cooper Natural Horsemanship has increased our awareness of relationships with horses – the terms partnership, respect, leader, alpha etc. have become common but their meaning can be as varied as the meaning we give to those terms in our human relationships. Good Leadership is recognised as being an essential part of the equation. […]

Comfort Zones – what are they?

by Cynthia Cooper Comfort zones are a survival mechanism for horses. If they aren’t familiar with something they become wary, putting them just outside their comfort zone into a ‘not too sure’ zone. When they become truly afraid for their survival, they go into their ‘Oh no I’m in danger’ zone where they act instinctively without […]

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