Horsemanship

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I think that TRUE HORSEMANSHIP is horsemanship from the horse’s perspective. What would horses call horsemanship and who would horses call a horseman?

TRUE HORSEMANSHIP means putting yourself in the horses skin, seeing things through their eyes, thinking how they are thinking and feeling how they are feeling.Going beyond merely percieving them as prey animals and knowing the individual beings (the spirits) that they are. In equal proportion to understanding the spirit of who horses are, true horsemanship also means understanding their physical bodies so they can be ridden with true balance and healthy biomechanics. This is the only way that the ridden horse can stay sound, be healthy, be calm and yet responsive, enjoy their work and maximise their performance. This is what “Connecting with Horses & Riding with Synchronicity” strives to achieve.

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