Horses’ Calming Signals in Practice

Calming signals is a term introduced by Norwegian dog trainer Turid Rugaas (2005) to describe the behaviors that dogs show when trying to calm a situation. For animals living in groups, ways

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Emotions in Horse Training in Practice

Some years ago behaviourists used to think that animals are passive. But animals are active, they have their own goals and aspirations. We have to be aware of this fact.

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Your horse’s well-being and medical procedures

Great bond, like true partnership, is based on promises and trust. When you welcome your young horse into your life, you promise him to prepare him for the things he

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Great Bond

To have a great bond with a horse is one of the most beautiful things one can experience in Life. True bond is based on calmness. Being calm together creates

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Finding and Extending Natural Balance

When you can be with your horse in a calm way, you can start to show your horse how he can move. Many people think that horse naturally know how

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Finding True Self

You and your horse both have your true selves. The true self is a ray of light, it’s the essence of absolute being. It’s creativity, intelligence, love, empathy and good.

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Welcome to OneHorseLife FOAL CLASS

OneHorseLife Foal Class is designed to give the best possible kick-start in the future for the young performance horses and their owners. During this class you will promote the development

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Teaching Techniques in Practice

During last hundred years we had many scientific discoveries on how people and animals learn new things. This is very broad subject and very well covered in the literature and

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Horses’ Calming Signals in Practice

Calming signals is a term introduced by Norwegian dog trainer Turid Rugaas (2005) to describe the behaviors that dogs show when trying to calm a situation. For animals living in groups, ways

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Emotions in Horse Training in Practice

Some years ago behaviourists used to think that animals are passive. But animals are active, they have their own goals and aspirations. We have to be aware of this fact.

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