Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Read your Horse's Body Language by Linda Parelli


Most people have learned that ears back means watch out, that the horse is going to bite, charge, kick… but reading a horse’s body language is not something many people learn to make an art of. I think it’s vital to become good at reading horses because the sooner you can tell what’s going on, the sooner you can adjust your approach for more positive results.

You need to get to know and learn to read the signs of negative thoughts and emotions in your horse as well as the positive ones, both on the ground and when riding. Know that every horse is capable of having all of these emotions and behaviors given the right situation, so it’s our job to bring out only the positive ones.





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