Monthly Archives: June 2009

Hempfling – Coming Together

I finally got to view Klaus Hempflings Coming Together dvd. I had anticipated that the dvd wasn’t a “how-to” because others had viewed and were disappointed that weren’t going to learn how to tame a Borderline Stallion during the viewing … Continue reading

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explorations

This last year and the next are all about explorations – exploring the psychology of the horse, and how I interface with them through my training. It means putting myself out there, making mistakes, frustrations of things not turning out … Continue reading

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conniption fit

So funny this morning. When I was getting Big Guy out of his pasture, and letting Pandora to the alley, ZZ was racing up and down the fence obviously pissed off she was Not First! When she came around a … Continue reading

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Lesson #18 – irritation

I’m behind on posting about my lesson, time has been getting away from me this week. The funniest part was when Molly mentioned in a contemplative tone, “I ask myself what why B is here and what she can teach … Continue reading

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Protected: CRIC: Saying Hello and Reciprocal Movement

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