Do YOU dream about discovering a magical connection with your horse?
We move as One's horse training philosophy is about bettering the horse-human partnership so that the relationship is fulfilling:
for BOTH horse and human.
Whether it be rescued horses of any breed including Thoroughbreds; Quarter Horses; American Mustangs & other feral horses....... or any horse in a new home/setting, the goal is to help horses adapt to a whole new situation with their new human mom or dad.
PLUS We move as One teaches other sport horses and their humans in (English or Western riding disciplines) find a better connection for improved performance as well as solve problems that the human may be experiencing.
No matter the horse nor the situation, the goal is to help the human better understand how each particular horse thinks, feels emotionally, moves with their body, interprets the human, as well as behaves and reacts….in any given moment.
If you read My Story you'll see that over time, my horses taught me that:
Every successful partnership
TRUST and COMMUNICATION.
The mindset is to always use the least pressure possible in body language, energy vibrations, imagery, and motion to bring about communication that makes sense to the horse.
Common TRUST & COMMUNICATION Issues
Problems that humans encounter with their horse generally involves
a lack of trust & misunderstandings in communication and/or previous trauma
Horse has difficulties with Trailer Loading
Trailer Loading challenges can present because of past trauma your horse had experienced in and around the trailer and/or skepticism of enclosed spaces. We move as One Horsemanship can help you with trailer loading problems. For more on trailer loading, c HERE.
Horse that is Herd Bound or Buddy Sour
A horse that is Herd Bound or Buddy Sour doesn't feel safe when left alone without the herd and/or possibly riding away from the herd with his/her human.
We move as One Horsemanship can help you help your horse to feel more safe and confident when with you as well as when left alone (when you ride off) by developing better self confidence and self-regulating capabilities. To learn more about Herd Bound and Buddy Sour horses, check out. We move as One's bog articles HERE and HERE.
Horse that Bites
A horse that bites is generally not "trying" to hurt you but of course a human can get hurt ....and so it is a behavior that we can help the horse change. FYI: Hitting back IS NOT THE ANSWER!....in fact, it quite often causes the behavior to get worse.
The horse is biting for various communication misunderstandings and/or previous trauma with humans.
We move as One Horsemanship can help find your horse interrupt and change the biting pattern that she/he has with you.
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