Improving Horse Kills

 There are no "tricks."

Helping horses learn, understand, and offer desired behaviors is a reflection of what the human is contributing to the equine partnership.

The self-imposed urgency when lacking skills creates emotional chaos between humans and horses.

Mindless repetition of patterns without clarity and constant demands only reinforces mental defensiveness and a lack of adaptability or willingness in the equine.

Whether or not a person "likes" what the horse is doing, his responses are honest.


It is up to the human to believe the equine's communication. 

They can either offer an empathetic approach in helping the horse learn how to work through his troubles or have critical, "making" mannerism that demands the equine into compliance and obedience, all the while increasing his fear and tension.

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