July 2016

Musings on Horses

The Culture of Dominance in Horse Training

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29/07/2016

When we take a look at the mainstream horse training methods, we are very often confronted with forms of dominance towards horses requesting them to enter into submission to…

Musings on Horses

Seeing Horses as They are.

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23/07/2016

Kindness and open-minded curiosity are needed to cross boundaries and build bridges between species – and by the way not only species, but also between races, cultures, religions, nationalities,…

Musings on Horses

Horse Welfare: Whiskers – Why they are needed

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22/07/2016

After some time of absence from visiting and watching horse shows, I spent yesterday at a big international show showcasing numerous showing classes. And of course, the number of…

Musings on Horses

Connection through Stillness

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13/07/2016

I believe the key for a better understanding of horses lies in our connection with all of nature, with all of life.

In a society where we have materialised the…

Musings on Horses

Horse Wisdom

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06/07/2016

If we can open up to the idea of horses – as well as all of nature and other species – being our guides and teachers rather than our…