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Date:7/10/2014 7:39:32 PM
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Hi everyone...Joey, Ginger, & Angel Betsy filling in for Paula & PF:)Thanks for sending answers to yesterdays question.

To a horse, relationship is everything. Every move a horse makes is determined by the relationship that exists between her and the other members of her herd.

Her herd is her life-entirely. If you or I aspire to become the leader of a herd (which we all need to do if we wish to enjoy the company of our horse), we must cultivate that relationship, not just happen upon it. Before we can develop a relationship with a horse, we must first get acquainted with the individual. We must spend time getting to know who rather than what the horse is. There have been hundreds of books devoted to the subject of what the horse is, but only through passive observation can we discover who horses are. Horses are intelligent, and horses are unique individuals.

How does your horse react when she first notices you're around?

Have a fantastic day! Love ya-all
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