“She just doesn’t seem happy,” my friend said, somewhat exasperated. “She’s cranky when I get her out of her stall, she’s cranky in the arena, it just hasn’t been fun riding lately.” These were the symptoms of a fellow rider’s horse problems. Sarah Williams weighs in on how she helped her friend fix her horse’s problems.
“A movement starts with a clear vision of a world different than the one we live in today. The presenters are each amazing in their own industries and they all have a vision of a better world, inspired by incorporating horses in their own story,” says Debbie Roberts Loucks The Movement organizer. Sharon Jantzen shares info on how you can be part of the life-changing focus of The Movement Symposium and Festival 2018 coming up May 23-24, 2018 at Flag Is Up Farm, the home of Monte Roberts, in Solvang, CA.
Of course, I always remembered the warnings that my grandmother would give me before I would head off into the wild blue yonder. “Sarah,” she would say, “be careful. Don’t get too comfortable.” Great advice, because I think that sometimes we all get a little “too comfortable”. This was one of those little lessons that matters, and there are times when I wish I would have kept this in my head a little bit more. Sarah Williams shares her little lessons that mattered in her journey of becoming a horsewoman.