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Common Herd Problems

By Anna Twinney

Handling Common Herd Dynamics Developing herds for domesticated horses can come with its own set of unique challenges. Let’s take a look at the factors that can affect herd dynamics, and how to create the ideal herd situation. Put a group of horses together and you will witness herd dynamics unfold before your eyes. Within […]

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Teaching Your Horse To Tie

By Anna Twinney

Being tied doesn’t come naturally to horses, but it’s an essential skill for them to learn. There are many situations in which it’s important for your horse to tie well. It could be for the vet or farrier, at a show or event, or perhaps while you are grooming and tacking up. While it may […]

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Thinking and Living with Lightness

By Franklin Levinson

If you are someone who believes that our life is how we think it is, then you should have no problem understanding that brooding, negative thinking, criticism and angry thoughts, can bring us down and create depression. These sorts of thoughts produce a giant weight we carry around on our shoulders daily. Having this negative […]

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Can you feel the love?

By Alexa Linton

Two weeks ago, horsewoman Elsa Sinclair embarked on an extraordinary journey with a dear friend, a film crew, and two rescue horses across the Costa Rican jungle. If you’ve never heard of Elsa, take a moment to google Taming Wild, the name of her first documentary. This beautiful film has sent ripples through the horse […]

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Horsemanship and Equine Assisted Programs & Therapies

By Franklin Levinson

I have been a professional horseman, trainer and instructor since the age of 17. At 13 years of age I was the youngest registered polo player in the United States. Currently, at 71 years of age, I have been a paid as a professional trainer and instructor for over 50 years. I was fortunate to […]

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