It’s our turn to be interviewed! 🤩Kent Boehm from @NineBusinessGroup will be joining us this morning to talk about Equine Connection and how we got to be where we are today! Tune in to hear all about how Equine Connection grew to be in the international 🌎organization it is today!
Episode 4: What’s Right in Horsemanship? FEATURING Warwick Schiller of Warwick Schiller Performance Horsemanship
That’s right! We learned so much from Doug Walsh over the past few weeks and now we get to chat with the amazing Warwick Schiller to add even more to our “What’s Right?” toolbox!
Warwick looks at horsemanship as seeing things from the horse's eye’s, or from the horse's point of view. As humans, we tend to think we are smarter and know better, but time after time, the horse shows us, if we listen they will teach us. A horse knows better than a human about what a horse thinks. If we get the wrong answer, we need to change in order to get a different answer.🐴
The concept of making the right easy and wrong thing hard is said a lot, and sounds like a nice catchphrase for smart natural horse people, however, really understanding it and being able to apply is very different than just saying it.
See things as a horse, understand a horse so you can do this, study the horse so you can understand them and treat a horse like a horse, not what we want a horse to be, not what we are told a horse should be, not what we see a horse as in movies and not what we wished our horse would be.
A horse is only a horse and that is all they know how to be. 🐴❤️
Ahh… This gives us chills! Are you ready to open your mind and become the partner your horse has been waiting for? 😍
Join us to tune in and learn even MORE about what is right with horses!
The Third live with the amazing @DougWalsh from Dark Horse Natural Horsemanship will be about the gift of giving troubled horses a second chance.
🐴Doug will tell us about two horses with significant behavioural misunderstandings that with horsemanship training were be able to embrace a new successful and happy life.
Because this is something that should ALWAYS be considered as a horse owner.
Would your horses even like a career in Equine Assisted Learning, or would it be too much for them?