Do you have stories to share of pain discoveries that have transformed your challenging horse into a willing partner? Please share.
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“And the light bulb went off as soon as I hit the class because I realized it makes so much sense. Horses are herbivores. They’re meant to be eating plants. I realized that they’re subject to a lot of the fast food regimes and high-paced lifestyles that we as people have become accustomed to. So I wanted to bring back some normalcy to their domestication.” Stacey Small
Whenever I hear how simple a horse will be to start under saddle – or a client repeat how easy they are to work with – I get concerned.
Genetic wiring, prior experiences, personality styles and horse proclivities all play a role in designing an effective strategy to build a partnership with the horse. If you’re not keeping your horse in the conversation, you’re losing opportunities to bond on a much deeper level.
For anyone seeking to start or grow a business with horses in the mix, being able to find the hours in the day to get everything done with extra time to devote to concentrated horse interactions and/or business planning and marketing activities is critical. Why not try doing something different to help make your dreams come true?
When I talk to successful horse business operators, they are very clear about what they do and are consistent in presenting a message that reflects this. In addition, they’re passionate about their mission because their business is founded on a service or product designed to help people (and/or horses).
There’s something about kids and ponies that provide unparalleled learning experiences – or at least great fodder for future stories. Personally, I think the fears many adults instill in kids about the dangers of riding and the horror in falling may make it more dangerous for the child (and horse).
Horses that view shelter as their pristine palace and don’t hold it in then deposit with pride the moment they enter their stall or shed
After six months in this labor of love, we have a product that everyone involved is extremely excited about – and proud to be a part of. If you’ve ever dreamed of a job with horses in the mix or want to see more detail on who’s involved, go to Inventing Your Horse Career.