I have a little challenge for you today…
In most of our interactions with our horses, we focus on what they can and will do for us. We want to ride them, groom them, teach them fun tricks… but rarely do we just go into their world – to observe how they spend 20 minutes of their day without our input and interference.
By simply observing, we can get a sense for the rhythm of our horse’s day, notice how they interact with other horses, and simply learn more about who they are when they aren’t doing all the things we ask of them.
In this video, I will talk about a simple way to observe more effectively and how to see things you may not notice by just “watching”.
Click play below to learn more.
See you in the comments!
p.s. Slowing down, observing, and noticing what your horse truly enjoys are the key components of our Pure Liberty program, led by Equine Behaviorist Andrea Wady.
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