I wasn’t really looking but a part of my brain must have noticed the horse in the stall on my left as I was walking down the isle toward my stalls. It wasn’t one of my horses and I wasn’t really looking but I turned around and went back to double check…something wasn’t quite right with the horse in the stall.
He had obviously slipped out of his halter…and yet he kept acting like he was tied to the spot. Even as we laughed at him and opened the door to remove the halter the horse didn’t move.
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WHY IS MY HORSE...?
No one taught you the skills you need to work through these things.
Riders often encounter self-doubt, fear, anxiety, frustration, and other challenging emotions at the barn. The emotions coursing through your body can add clarity, or can make your cues indistinguishable for your horse.
Learning these skills and begin communicating clearly with your horse.
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