Stacy Westfall activity ball video

You have to love horses for there personalities. If you don’t love the personality, no matter how much else the horse can do for you, it will be difficult to love the horse. Horses that perform well but don’t touch your heart tend to be treated more like objects than animals.

Find places to get to know your horse. Not just physically knowing what he is capable of-I mean really knowing who he is. If the two of you don’t click or if you drift apart it could mean a few things.

  • Maybe you need to spend more time together.
  • Maybe you need to add something new to your routine.
  • Maybe you need to consider if you ever have clicked.

2 Comments

  1. bobbiejo81 on February 3, 2014 at 9:55 am

    Something I just ran across on facebook and came straight here to share and then found this blog..couldn’t be more perfect… https://fbcdn-vthumb-a.akamaihd.net/hvthumb-ak-frc3/t15/s403x403/1542136_725697000807992_725695974141428_35884_1825_b.jpg I hope that the link works, Im not that great at sharing links like this..

  2. Erin/IAm on May 2, 2012 at 8:57 am

    Love your vids, Stace…simple, elegant, says it all in a moment. Always glad for your example & willingness to share it. Good Journey, Darlin!:)

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