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The Thankful Dance

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With a deep desire to understand and experience the bond with horses and all of life, I began rereading Carolyn Resnick’s incredible book, ‘Naked Liberty’, for the fourth time in as many years. Each time I immerse myself in her stories, they become more a part of the fiber of my being as well as […]

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Forgotten Sense

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In 1958 the Jockey Club opened the first ever Equine Research Station. I remember it well. It was in the heart of the horse racing industry in new market right next door to Hamilton Stud where I worked. Although initially their aim was to find cures for breeding problems their exceptional work quickly expanded and […]

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Sasha

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Sasha stood at the fence line along the deserted road without expectation. A chill wind drifted through the fresh spring air like a memorandum acknowledging the unease that lingered in her mind. “Which way out?” she thought as she looked down at her chapped hands. She should have worn gloves. But she’d left in a […]

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A Cowboy’s Initiation

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You never forget the day you become a cowboy. For me, that day happened during spring roundup. After bugging my dad for weeks, he finally agreed to let me go join the big cowboys and help gather cattle. We lived on the Lazy B ranch located half in Arizona and half in New Mexico. It […]

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What Is True Leadership?

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Before reading this, take some time – and I mean real time more then seconds and minutes – to think about your answer to this question and then compare notes… The word itself can be transformed into the sentence: having knowledge ( -ship ) about leading (leader- ) The reason for me writing this article […]

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