Imagine if your boss spent every moment of those 8 hours at the office hounding you, berating you and giving you work you didn’t have the ability to do - then raked you over the coals for not doing it.
IT. WOULD. SUCK.
And if you haven’t punched them in the face by the end of that day, you’d be feeling pretty rotten about going back to work the next day.
While I strongly hope this isn’t the case for you at work, unfortunately it is the case for some horses out there.
In an industry where so many horses are forced to work in a way that is not conducive to their physical or mental well-being, it becomes up to us to ensure they have a voice about what they can and cannot do. And it starts at home.
Developing the positive work ethic with your horse will allow them to communicate their confusion, frustrations and eagerness in a safe, harmonious way, and allow you to become a leader in the movement for sound horsemanship.
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