Equestrians may have an image problem. So what can we, as Equestrians, do to make sharing multi-use trails possible? Come find out three ways Equestrians can make sharing multi-use trails possible. Sharon Jantzen shares her thoughts and experiences.
You can improve connection with your horse by simply grooming your horse which is something you should do every time you ride. Grooming is part of groundwork which translates to better communication from the saddle. Sharon Jantzen explores using grooming time to improve connection with your horse.
Each story in the book, The Horse Cure, is carefully chosen to highlight the truly magical transformation Equine-Partnered Psychotherapy and Coaching sessions can ignite in broken people. Each horse has come to Unbridled Change from a rescue situation. Perhaps this makes them more suitable for their job. These stories are true, and reflect miraculous change where rescue horses, rescue people. Sharon Jantzen provides a review of The Horse Cure – Remarkable horses bringing miraculous change to humankind.
To memorialize is to preserve the memories you have for someone special in your life. For many people that could be a family member or friend but in today’s world many times it’s our best furry friend (BFF). So what are some ways to best remember and celebrate your pet’s life? How would you memorialize your pet or horse when that time comes? Christine Johnson of Eden Memorial Pet Care shares her thoughts on memorializing you special pet or horse.
Things can get pretty crazy quickly and you can find yourself at the end of a lead rope with a horse leaping or on the back of a horse bolting. What horsemanship habits should every equestrian develop? Sharon Jantzen shares her thoughts.