This year we’re having our first Easter Contest. We’re heading out with the horses in search for Easter Eggs. Each egg has a name in it, and one might be yours! As much as Easter is a commercial enterprise with chocolate bunnies and candy eggs, the tradition of Easter is about 2000 years old and […]
Taking ownership of our own knowledge allows us to overcome hurdles, open new doors and succeed in our equine pursuits.
At Amazing Horse Country, we’ve set aside January 22 as a day to honour our companions. Our Horses. Our herd. We’d love it if you’d join us.
One of the greatest skills of an instructor or trainer is the ability to wait.
They say, “Let the horse be a horse.” But what else can they possibly be?
Associations can work for us or against us. For example, a horse could associate the trailer with a negative experience. How do we change that?
On June 30, 2021, we took possession of a new property. It’s a huge undertaking. A huge property.
Training and exploring a relationship with a horse is a multi-faceted pursuit. We work on important building blocks, but how about a top-down approach?
In the last few years I’ve heard a many an equine myth. We could probably write an entire book on them – I’m sure it would be hilarious – but for now let’s focus on the horse’s eyes and vision. Pardon the pun there.
What is it, about a horse
That allows them to trot their way
Into our hearts
And become a part of us?