Wait For Me To Catch Up

Do we really need to dominate our horse or can we find a balance between effective communication, relationship and trust?

From the horse’s perspective:

  • Wait for me to catch up with what you are asking me. I have a large body and four legs to coordinate so sometimes getting out of the way or moving over takes a moment for me to carefully coordinate so I don’t hurt you.
  • Wait for me to understand what you are asking before forcing me. I’m not a piece of sports equipment, but an animal like you with feelings and often I’m scared, but want to trust you. Show me that I can trust you as my herd leader.
  • Please don’t hit me when I get the wrong answer. I’m trying to be good. Try asking me again in another way and maybe I’ll understand better. I want to be good and have fun with you too.
  • Let me know when I get the right answer. I need to know that I’m good enough for you. I love you.

Internationally recognized horse whisperer Missy Wryn provides her Training the Whole Horse video series FREE online at her website MissyWryn.com. Watch FREE Horse Training Videos and her YouTube Channel WholisticHorseWoman (http://www.youtube.com/wholistichorsewoman). Missy is the creator of the All-In-One bitless bridle, founder of IRON FREE RIDING, Sisters of the Saddle, the B Horse Club and the Equine Support Center for Fibromyalgia. For more information visit Missy’s website at www.MissyWryn.com or call toll free 888-406-7689.

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