The Importance of Communications
With Your Horse and Trainer - Charles Wilhelm
In communication with your horse, one of the first things to understand is that the horse thinks differently and speaks a different language than you do. It is common to humanize a horse’s behavior but you should not. For example, if you give your horse a treat every time you come into the barn and he whinnies when you come in, he is not welcoming you. He is asking for, and sometimes even, demanding his treat.
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The Northwest Rider
"Dear Santa Contest"
Just write a letter to Santa, telling him why you are thankful for your horse,
and you could win one of four Breyer equine prizes.
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Deadline for entries is December 5th.
Winners will be announced in the December issue.
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