I hadn’t seen the mare in six months. She began to release as soon as I arrived.
Usually when a horse does that I chalk it up to my presence being new input in […]
This past week I did my third session with two very different horses, Lydia and Jimmy. Both chestnuts, they are older, and living in the same area, the contrasts between them vividly illustrates […]
Less is More. A phrase made famous by a modern architect in the 20th century that gets applied to many different topics because it reminds us to . . . Do Less. Because it’s easy to end up with […]
Some of us are lucky enough to discover our horse gene early in life. Why lucky? Because we started riding at an early age and always carry the muscle memory as adults—hopping […]