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Human Fear and the Equine Flight Response

By Iain Marshall

My passion for horses goes as far back as the 1950s when the French film “Crin blanche” was first shown on British television. It was the tale of a small boy’s communion with the white horses of the Camargue. To me it signified beauty and freedom, and I longed to have a horse of my […]

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How Do Horses Experience The World Differently To Us?

By Ari Sizemore

How do you experience your world? As humans, in general, we experience our world in sights and sounds. We gather data from those senses, secondarily from our other senses, and then we process and analyze the information. Why do we rely heavily on sight and sound? Our sense of sight is our most developed sense. […]

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Using Equine Guided Leadership To Develop Emotional Intelligence

By Mark

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 […]

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7 Steps for Being Authentic With Your Horse

By Ari Sizemore

Are you feeling less than enthusiastic about your life at the moment? Less than thrilled about your relationship with your horse? This may not mean that you’re actively having issues in your life or relationship with your horses, but I’m sure you know the feeling of KNOWING that there is more possible. As a life […]

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