(Above) “Treats” – ready for action. Be sure they are used to reward good behavior. Unfortunately, they are mostly used for rewarding bad behavior or they are given only to make the human feel loved by their horse. This is called spoiling.
In this HorseTalk™ webinar below, my book called “The Ten Irrefutable Laws Of Horsemanship” discusses the book’s major points in understanding how to use them every day with horses.
In PDF format, a copy of my book, “The Ten Irrefutable Laws Of Horsemanship,” is part of what you get with membership – it is very short on purpose because I don’t want to complexicate this. You can get a paperback copy on Amazon and at Apple Books. Its’ size fits in your back pocket or on your phone. The book will help understand the topics before “going beyond” them.
“Horsemanship Is Leadership™”
All horsemanship is nothing more than leadership. To become a great leader, you need to change only ONE thing …. YOU!
Horsemanship is simply about changing yourself, not the horse. Have you ever been able to change anyone like your parents, spouse or friends? How are those relationships? If you answered, “Not great,” you need to hear this webcast. Becoming an effective leader can change every relationship in your life, including the one you have with every horse you will ever know.
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