Whose fault is it?  In a nutshell… Yours!  What is so ding-dang hard about taking the blame for something that didn’t go as you wanted with your horse? I really have a hard time...

My word. Yes, I love to invent words. Fusciling (verb)- some combination of raising the movement, energy, expectation, signal and agitation in order to allow the horse to find his way to...

Sorry I’ve lapsed in writing.  Horses learn immediately from their mothers.  Within an hour, they’re frequently able to stay with their mother and run with the herd. This is important...

  SPOOKING Again! And this won’t be the last time!  Oddly enough, many (yes many, many) people don’t know their horse is spooky.  How can this be so? you may ask. And I sincerely hope...

Many people think it’s important to let a horse be for the first 2-4 years. While that’s great if they’re in the wild or out in a pasture with the herd, make no mistake. If you’re taking that...

Can you/do you stand, with your feet sort of in front of your horse’s front feet, with your arm resting casually on his neck, rub his neck, between his ears, ruffle his forelock, etc. WHILE HE’S...

This is the City Slickers deal with Curly. Remember how he would hold up his index finger? And Billy Crystal was so frustrated because he wanted to know what the ONE answer WAS!!!!Dangit!!!? The one...