Horse blogs worth checking out
Looking for blogs worth a read? Here are our picks for today: Horse wellness blog http://sreinhold.wordpress.com Stephanie Reinhold provides a tremendous amount of detail in terms that even a layman can understand on the anatomy of the horse, how what we do impacts the horse’s movement and health, techniques for relieving tightness, stress or discomfort […]
More horse blogs worth checking out
It can be tough to find good horse blogs. These are some we recommend you take a look at if you’re interesting in finding news of note. We’ve taken the time to review the sites and provide summaries below. Hope you enjoy these finds as much as we did. www.equinevip.com This is a website home […]
What can horses teach us about Web 2.0?
So, how does this apply to social media (and combating some of the economic challenges the small business and horse industry is facing right now)? If you’re there for others and show you care, they’ll follow you. Those who feel they can bully buyers with manipulative and self-centered approaches may get their way at first, but won’t likely gain a following.
Who’s horse whispering today without jargon?
Friday’s Opinion I’m a bit on the fence about the proliferation of material being put out there that speaks with buzz words most can’t understand and a conviction that all horses are golden and any problem is human created. Many of these people have achieved a horsemanship understanding few will achieve, but seem to have […]
Alphas provide the biggest challenge and greatest joy
Some of the toughest fought battles are the most rewarding. Interestingly, it seems the most determined cases, able and willing to wear you out to the point of giving up, acquiesce right about the time you’re ready to walk away. These are almost always Alphas and will make you earn their respect — with the bruises to prove it.