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Heart In Your Hand Natural Horsemanship





Updated: 2014-09-29T12:04:14.042-05:00

 



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2014-04-15T07:25:31.950-05:00

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What an inspiring blog! Thanks for sharing your ho...

2013-01-13T07:40:33.906-06:00

What an inspiring blog! Thanks for sharing your horsemanship journey. I’m glad that I have found your post. I don’t own a horse yet I’d like to have one.



Just read this wonderful horsemanship blog. I love...

2013-01-13T06:58:30.196-06:00

Just read this wonderful horsemanship blog. I loved the phrase, “think about your successes, rather than your failures.” Full of inspiration and I recommend it to all beginners in equine world.



"Think like a horse". Really amazing art...

2012-12-06T21:06:48.205-06:00

"Think like a horse". Really amazing article. I do believe this is the nature of
horsemanship
, that the trainer be able to understand the flows of the horses' thinking.



"Being a cowboy taught me….the greatest love ...

2012-12-06T02:30:02.524-06:00

"Being a cowboy taught me….the greatest love you can show is putting down your own horse or dog if it’s suffering." This line really makes my breath away. Such a lovely poem that goes straight to the heart and soul.



Another great article to read for. Horses can disc...

2012-11-27T15:45:56.847-06:00

Another great article to read for. Horses can discern what’s in your heart, if you are nervous with him then he’ll get nervous too. I just learned that from Saltriver Horsemanship. By the way, I love your principles’ list.. before you ride, pray. Thanks for sharing!



Absolutely loved your video of all the horses in y...

2011-01-10T16:38:36.511-06:00

Absolutely loved your video of all the horses in your life and the inspirational quotes to go along. Great job! We love what you do! Jamie



Steve Holt! is definitely ADD...we've said tha...

2010-11-15T21:59:53.912-06:00

Steve Holt! is definitely ADD...we've said that since starting him a year and a half ago. He's happy go lucky and easily bored with arena work (sort of like classroom work.) But put obstacles out there and ask him to move around cones, drag a tire, or hop over a jump and he's happy as a clam. You've engaged his brain and asked him to think about his next move. ADD children are often very curious about their environment and quite intelligent; our ADD horse is the same way.



Sherry, this article is so helpful and well presen...

2010-06-12T06:06:47.279-05:00

Sherry, this article is so helpful and well presented, I cannot thank you enough... As you know, I do not have a horse or ride often, however, I consistently apply as much as I remember from clinic last fall to my dogs, Jet in particular, and my teenager!!!

Your timing could not have been more perfect. Jet is struggling so with our prevalent thunderstorms, which kicked up about 4 weeks ago as we entered hurricane season.

He is resisting forward movement as he is both terrified and strong of mind. I practice getting his attention as you do with the lead rope and twirl his leash which sometimes snaps him out of it.

I also recall how you said if you see that one good tug will make the inevitable happen and be done with it... I use that tool as well.

I have had to stay calm (have to check myself at times and note frustration and let it go) and wait him out when he will not turn around and head in a different direction with Koko and I. The best feeling is when the leash transitions from taught to slack as he trots towards us.

During the wait, I remember your forward motion/do not go backwards exercises as well as sharing some positive interactions with Koko.

Even when the wait time seems like forever, or is in the middle of the night (happens more than you would imagine), I recall what you taught and wrote about... that the more I practice calmness and take the time, the more consistently the behavior will improve.

I look forward to the next segment of the story arc.

Take good care, Lori



I am so happy to see you have started a new series...

2010-06-11T02:43:17.850-05:00

I am so happy to see you have started a new series of posts. I have enjoyed your blog and appreciate the subject of your new series. Looking forward to this.