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Stina Herberg

Stina Herberg Stina was born in 1968 in Rjukan, Norway and had horses as a hobby for many years before starting to train “troubled” and “shut down” horses. After taking up a new work challenge on the small island of St. Vincent, she ran into the herd of wild, abandoned and abused horses, which challenged her to find new ways of training and understanding them. She is the director of SVG Horse School and a founding member of the Liberty Trainers Network. www.stinaherberg.com

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Using Treats To Your Horse

By Stina Herberg

When I first rescued the herd in 2007, I did not use treats. The reason is that I wanted to be sure that when the horses finally would choose my company she would come because she felt good in my company. I also wanted my horses to respond as she would with a lead horse […]

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Connect With Horses Through Peace

By Stina Herberg

To enter the world of horses we need to be aware. Thinking all the time about the future and the past is not a part of a horse’s world. We’re often jumping between future and past. One thought after the other rise. In between there is the present. The past is finished and the future […]