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Natural horsemanship training skills may not be so 'natural' to some and nor are they the 'traditional' ways of horse training. Learning and adopting these techniques and principles, is a journey for both you and your horse that helps develop a kinder method for encouraging cooperation and an overall better relationship with your horse. It is based on ideals derived from the study of the behaviours of free-roaming horses, in order to develop techniques that discourage the use of unnecessary or abusive force.
We’ve all experienced a Houdini horse; a horse that manages to escape from any and every fence. Stallions have been known to duck and dive under the tiniest of gaps between fencing and the ground, just to get to a mare in the next paddock. It's not unheard of for cheeky ponies to squeeze through all manner of fencing to go and explore. And we’ve all witnessed horses literally walk through fencing to get to the tasty green grass on the other side (you know, because the grass is always greener).
A horse-ride a day keeps the doctor away.
What? You’ve never heard that before? Well, it might just be about to catch on.
That’s right - our research has turned up evidence suggesting that there are plenty of health benefits from horse-riding. As equine enthusiasts, we’re certainly all ears. Read on for some of our main finds.
Julie Taylor says…
Think about a good, professional horse trainer you know. Imagine calling that person on the phone and telling them you have a completely green horse you’d like them to back for you. Imagine asking them how long they think it’s going to take. What are they going to say? I’m willing to bet that the vast majority will say something like this: “I don’t know. It depends on your horse.”...
Don Höglund MS, DVM, says...
Humane, safe, and efficient horse handlers always observe first; what horse, what need, and what behaviour. ‘Three-day Horse Challenges’ are definitely what their name implies: challenging to the horse and the handler. The 100-day horse competitions allow a more appropriate time frame for empowering human and animal interactions...
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