It easy to fall into the trap of believing that we are the only ones who can “teach” in the horse-human relationship, but in reality, our horses are trying to teach us things all the time. Sarah Williams explores three things our horses are trying to teach us.
This got me to thinking…how natural is any training method when it comes to horses? Sarah Williams searches for answers regarding the question, Is horsemanship natural, or not?
I’ve also been told, by fellow horse owners, that keeping my mare in a stall is nothing short of cruelty. When is it time to mind our own business and when is it time to take a stand?
Sharon Jantzen gives us a little insight into one of her own experiences in and excerpt from one of her “Carriage Capers”, where she came across a very vocal and volatile activist in San Luis Obispo.
It’s almost as though we’ve personified our horses, believing them to be beings that can think on the same level as humans can, and thus have the ability to decide whether they are going to be good or bad on a whim. Sarah Williams explores the reasons behind a horse being “good” or “bad”.
Even the horses that, as my friend said, are “the spawn of the devil” have things to teach us. Sarah Williams gets three friends to tell their stories of horses who left an interesting impression.