Using Equine Guided Leadership To Develop Emotional Intelligence

Using Equine Guided Leadership To Develop Emotional Intelligence

This is an excerpt from a University of Kentucky research Study titled: “The Effectiveness Of Equine Guided Leadership Education To Develop Emotional Intelligence In Expert Nurses” There are several healthcare institutions across the United States that utilize Equine Assisted Learning activities as part of their training and development for both nurses and medical students. In[Read More]

What is the Greatest Threat to Your Horsemanship?

What is the Greatest Threat to Your Horsemanship?

Ahhh… a lovely gallop in the desert. Your horse is relaxed and soft as she moves deftly along the trail easily bending left and right around the shrubbery and cactus. Her head is at a great angle, not too high, not too low as she navigates… bridle-less. Perhaps a dressage horse with a delicate canter[Read More]

How Should We Train Horses?

How Should We Train Horses?

How should we train horses? This is a question I have been thinking about a lot, maybe even my whole life. The reasons for this are: 1: I know things can be done much better, but I can’t seem to “get the message across to everyone.” Only to those who are really interested. 2: I[Read More]

Do We Really Do What Is Best For Our Horses?

Do We Really Do What Is Best For Our Horses?

For some time now, I have felt a deep seated desire to express my thoughts on a topic that is often preached but blatantly disregarded in practice in the horse show industry. This topic is doing what is best for our horses. By nature, it is correlated to encouraging riders to feel their horse and[Read More]

Welcome To My Horse World – Part 2

Welcome To My Horse World – Part 2

The first steps in a new and unknown world: (2004 to half 2012) The horse my daughter rode on at that time, was a Haflinger gelding called Frits. He was a popular riding horse, and the horse that basically educated both of us, and the one that laid “the fundament” for us. He was the[Read More]

Murphy’s Story

Murphy’s Story

My name is Murphy, aka Duke of Diamonds, aka The Moose. Let me tell you a little about myself. I was bred in County Mayo by a lovely man called Padraig who still owns my mum. I was sold a 6 months as a potential stud stallion… then I can’t tell you much about myself[Read More]

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