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Are you a prey animal or a predator?
When a horse is frightened, he only thinks about ONE THING. What is he thinking about?
This is the instinctive reaction of ALL prey animals.
When you interract with a horse, on the ground or in the saddle, how does he view your relationship?
Which is more important?
Drag the answers to put them in the correct order.
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Like you, we have horses and students and dogs and cats and families to manage, but we check email several times a day so you should hear from us within 24 hours.
We have been blessed with many talented photographers over the years: students who voluntarily stood out in a sweltering/ freezing arena – or slogged up and down our hilly pastures – capturing lifelong memories of camps, clinics, and shows. We’re grateful to all of them!
One such student, Delaney Witbrod, is now a professional photographer with a gift for animal portraits – see more of her fine work here.
You’ll also find illustrations throughout our online courses and printed materials (like study guides) graciously donated by Rhonda Hagy, who is a student and lifelong friend. Contact us for information about her work.
Are we lucky or WHAT?!