Horses truly are master communicators. They communicate a number of things through their bodies and behaviors. Here are eight observations I’ve made in the course of working with a variety of horses as an equine body worker.
If you like to live life on the edge — of a cliff — this is the spot for you! I, however, prefer to have my horses home by dinner. I mean, nobody likes a crabby mare and I’m totally referring to myself, not my horse.
What is it that spooks your horse? A bear? Big Foot? The Boogieman? Most likely none of those is the right answer. Try sticks or grass or maybe a child — or pretty much anything that shouldn’t be seen as a threat. That’s what’ll leave you lying on the ground and your horse running to his stall.
The rest of America can binge-watch our collective guiltiest pleasure and plan all the ways they can add subway tile and shiplap to every room in the house. I’ve already got an HGTV dream home… on the farm.