Horsemanship Webinar- Join Samantha Harvey



Refining the Human Perception and Perspective
I will address the following Horsemanship topics:
Connecting the Pieces- Recognizing how each interaction influences the next
Slowing down to achieve Quality- Learning about influences and mental anticipation affecting the communication
The Follow Through- Addressing how often the human quits at a time when their horse needs them
Whether you are able to join the live version or not, a replay will be available for one week following the event.
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Valuing the Horse's Halt


 A picture can tell us so much. This horse was new to the handler, was catagorized as a very "experienced and confident" animal. We had the opportunity to assess him at a clinic. 

Horse Trainer Challenges

 One of the greatest challenges in my job is finding the balance of how to best help the human so that they can better help their horse.



Good on You

 In case you need to hear it... 



A past student years ago had these bracelets made for me after hearing me incorporate the saying in my teachings.. 

I usually give them out at the end of my Horsemanship clinics. Good on you... 

For showing up. 

For trying. 

For searching. 

For persisting through the challenges. 

For seeking change within. 

For not just accepting surviving.

 For having to become honest with yourself in order to make long lasting changes. 

Good on you...

What is Alternative Horsemanship?



I was recently asked about the "Alternative Horsemanship" and why I use that to describe what I do. So I thought I'd share with the group my answer...
The interpretation of "Alternative" Horsemanship is relative to your current perception and word association... as the human student's awareness and recognition of believing the horse's communication evolve, so does their translation of what Alternative "is."

Time and Horses

Enjoying the moment...



Even though there's always something "to do" on the farm, I've been intentionally working towards slowing my own thoughts down.


Yes, I check one thing off the list and add four more projects.


But that is irrelevant to the horses. As is time.


Learning to recognize and change how we respond to triggers that create an "urgency" in our own human patterns of thoughts, emotions and behaviors can completely alter the relationship with the horse.


The human can still have clarity, intention, and a goal, yet without adding the chaos that appears when the Conversation with the horse becomes a dictatorship rather than two-way communication.

If you're a horse enthusiast here's an opportunity to help you: Understand how your horse's thoughts influence his...

Posted by Alternative Horsemanship Remote Horse Coach on Monday, October 26, 2020