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Carolyn Resnick

Her life with horses began in Indio, California in the 1940s. Riding alone in the desert as a child, she nurtured an intuitive bond with horses. In the beginning of what would become a lifelong passion for developing innovative horse training methods created from her interactive studies with wild horses, Carolyn spent three summers of her childhood gradually becoming accepted into a community of wild horses culminating in her riding the lead mare of the herd, bareback and without bridle. www.carolynresnickblog.com

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Fly Spray!

By Carolyn Resnick

We all would like to avoid asking a horse to do something that he clearly does not want to do, especially when starting out a new relationship with a horse, but it had to be done. I have discovered that my horse Maestro did not like fly spray. Rats!!! What am I going to do […]

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Centaur Connection

By Carolyn Resnick

Being in the horse industry as I have, and being a horse lover on my own personal journey, I have seen a lot of personal growth in people due to the impact that horses have played in their spiritual evolution. I have seen trainers grow and change from hardened individuals to philanthropists and students turn […]

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Dancing At Liberty

By Carolyn Resnick

In this video, Carolyn Resnick demonstrates just what is possible when you develop a magnetic, heart-based relationship with your horse. Here she is dancing with Panadero, a P.R.E.stallion (Pure Spanish Horse – Pura Raza Española in Spanish), one of the oldest breeds of horses and which is sometimes referred to Andalusian in the United States.

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#085 – Call With Carolyn Resnick

By Carolyn Resnick

Horse Training With Carolyn Resnick Carolyn’s life with horses began in Indio, California in the 1940s. Riding alone in the desert as a child, she nurtured an intuitive bond with horses. In the beginning of what would become a lifelong passion for developing innovative horse training methods created from her interactive studies with wild horses, […]

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How Often Should You Train A Horse?

By Carolyn Resnick

The lesson I would like to discuss today is how our horses behave when they have not been worked on a regular basis. So the question is how often should you train a horse? Normally, if we turn a horse out in a big field and just leave him for a week or maybe a […]

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