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My horse resist my demands.

My horse resist my demands.

Lately, I see a lot of accidents happening on social media that, in my opinion, could be avoided. That's why I'd like to ask you a question. Why do you have horses and why do you want to spend time with them? That we do not understand our horses each time they show...

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Fear: the emotion we understand the least with horses.

Fear: the emotion we understand the least with horses.

Yet it is an emotion that everyone knows. Unfortunately, it's an emotion that everyone is afraid of. Yes, we are afraid of being afraid. That does not help does it? Why? Imagine the thing you are afraid of. You already know that you are afraid of it, but the fact of...

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Risks VS Benefits

Risks VS Benefits

Re-educate a horse after an injury must be done in a certain way that is prescribed by the veterinarian. The goal is to be able to follow what he has prescribed. At times, can we say, this horse is an exception? I will explain it to you. The horse is seriously injured...

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Stuck

Stuck

Let me introduce you this Frisian-stallion, 4 years young. After he came on this earth, he had to struggle his way to survive, suffering from a severe pneumonia. 4 years later his owners wanted him to be trained to present him on a stallion-show. They asked my...

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Time, energy and money.

Time, energy and money.

Not sure you can find a solution for your horse's behavior? Do not wait until the situation gets worse. Ask directly a specialist to come. You are wondering why? Apart from the fact that it gives me a new customer. No, I do not say it for myself but for you. And the...

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Behavior VS circumstance.

Behavior VS circumstance.

The circumstances in which a horse finds himself, form his way of reacting in the present moment. I promised to come back to the horse I mentioned in my blog about regressions. He is a horse formed by circumstances. I will not go into the details of his past. Two...

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Regressions during a training.

Regressions during a training.

The ideal training (also for a horse with a behavioral problem) is when the horse progresses in a straight line upwards. At the bottom of the line we have nothing and at the top of the diagonal line we have the goal we want to reach. The line shows the progress of the...

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A little more respect :

A little more respect :

I meet many owners who never take the time to train their horse to walk into a van, trailer, truck or otherwise. Many people think that it is very normal for a horse to enter in a small, often dark, space. For claustrophobic people, it's not hard to imagine what a...

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The purity of a child.

The purity of a child.

I was lucky to see magic. Since then, this magnificent moment did not leave my head anymore. So, the only thing I had to do was to share it with you on this blog. What I saw is the kind of thing we see in movies. It's beautiful, but is it really what happens in...

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Is the horse in pain or is it a memory?

Is the horse in pain or is it a memory?

I think that the most difficult thing for an owner, a trainer, a behaviorist, …is to recognize when the horse is in pain. Most of the horses have a high level of tolerance regarding the pain they might have physically. Or is it a behavior problem? He doesn’t want to...

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Communication

Communication

Communication. A concept we daily use. As well among people as between a human being and an animal. Despite all the use of our communicative skills, it remains a field in which we keep on experiencing trouble and difficulties. Let us ask ourselves what the reason is...

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