Connections Matter… A FREE Webinar for the Highly Sensitive Entrepreneur

FREE Coaching Webinar for the Highly Sensitive Entrepreneur

We just finished up our 2017 Animal Communication Mentorship Program and many of our graduates are excited to take their new found (or newly refined) skills to the world, and help as many animals (and their people) as they can.

But when it comes to creating a business out of animal communication, healing, horses, or any service-based business really, it’s easy to look around and think, it’s all too aggravating, too hard, too scary… It’s all just too much. Before you know it, you are paralyzed, unable to move forward on the exciting dream you had.

This is why our good friend, Business Miracles Mentor, Heather Dominick, created a really unique LIVE webinar class specifically for highly sensitive people like you. She will teach you things like:

what to do when you feel overwhelmed so it doesn’t stop you in your tracks
what you need to prioritize during your business day (so it feels good, gets done and generates income)
who you need to speak to in order to attract your ideal clients (and how it doesn’t need to feel all that intimidating)

She’ll be teaching this class on Tuesday, January 10th – Just click this link to get your seat:

Heather says that for Highly Sensitive Entrepreneurs it can be tempting, when it all feels like too much, to shut down, contract, and try to protect yourself at all costs (or go into chaotic, panicky road runner mode). When what’s actually happening is that you are receiving a call to OPEN UP, not give up!

It’s an opportunity to consider the possibility that there might be another way.

That’s exactly what she’ll be teaching you on this LIVE webinar class… and it’s FREE. Click here to register:

As you know, we don’t often promote other people or other programs. We believe in earning, and keeping, your trust. We don’t want to waste your time selling everything under the sun for a few extra dollars.

We only tell you about people and programs that we consider effective and special. Heather is one of those people, and her coaching for Highly Sensitive Entrepreneurs is one of those programs.

The webinar is free and Heather, like us, won’t waste your time. She is filling that webinar with content-rich material.

You’ve got nothing to lose but the fears and habits that are holding you back!

2018 is calling for Business Miracles!

P.S. Almost forgot. She’ll be opening up the floor for a LIVE Q&A at the end, too. So be sure to get your seat here:

ROTH Connects with Rescues and Non-Profit Organizations!

Non-profit support

“Every Year ROTH brings their training methods and clinics to Zuma’s, paying a facility fee and assisting with the training of horses. These clinics and the funding they generate help to offset the cost of the healing herd here at Zuma’s, as well as assist in getting some of the herd trained.” – Zuma’s
To Jodi and the Zuma’s Staff, we return the gratitude as you always provide us a magnificent facility and wonderful horses with whom to practice and share the methods. We appreciate all you do for the horses. A very sincere and heart felt thank you right back at you guys!



Pictured are Jodi Messenich, owner and operator of Zuma’s Rescue Ranch, Elaine Nash of Fleet of Angels, who provided us with untouched mustangs for this year’s Trainer’s Course, and Anna. 



New Year Updates from the ROTH Family to Yours



As many of you know, our mission is to make the world a better place for all our animal companions and to spread the work of communication and compassion.  In service to that mission, it is important to us that we work with and support as many non-profit organizations who are in alignment with that mission as we can.  We are happy to tell you that in 2016, with your help, we have been able to give over $23,000 to various organizations, all over the U.S. and abroad. We’ve also been thrilled to work with individuals and groups to give away nearly $9,000 in free resources (like the DVD set below).  Thank you again for making our mission a reality, giving a voice to the voiceless and helping those who need it the most.


We have 100 copies of In Partnership with Horses left to gift to non-profit organizations. Please help us by nominating a deserving non-profit organization to receive this wonderful DVD set!



And Now, From Our Hounds to Yours…

Our well-traveled “boys” enter their golden years with dignity and pride.   They embrace daily family life here on the ranch and choose to live with distinctive roles and responsibilities.  In support of their bodies’ needs we include Dynamite’s Free and Easy into their daily dinners.  With Merlin’s deteriorating muscle mass and physical stress on his 15-year old body, to sustain the lifestyle he appreciates, we include regular Reiki energy healing with an infusion of Young Living’s Panaway.   While Oliver has struggled with releasing some past experiences, Sandlewood defused has supported this long-lasting hold.*

*This information has not been evaluated or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Nothing presented in or represented by this information is intended to diagnose, prevent, treat, cure or mitigate any disease.  Additionally, it is not now, nor will it ever be the intention of any idea, product, service or exercise recommended by Anna Twinney, Reach Out to Horses or its agents or representatives to diagnose, treat, prevent, mitigate or cure any disease.

Find Out the Many Ways Essential Oils can Help!


Need a leg up this gift-giving season?


Would you like to give ROTH or Anna to a friend?  Well you can!  Contact Vin at to organize a gift certificate for all things ROTH.
There is no fee, it is transferable, and it never expires!  The perfect gift for the horse or animal lover in your life!

 Thanks for joining us everyone!  We sincerely hope that you have enjoyed a blessed and healthy holiday season and that you are ready to start the new year at your best!





Oh Baby! Join Us for foal gentling in Colorado!

We are proud to announce that our Annual Foal Rescue and Training is happening again this September at Friends of Horses in Centennial, CO. We welcome auditors to the course for the week, and Saturday, September 12th, we have our FREE “Meet the Foals” day where we invite people to come, see these amazing beings, how far they’ve come along, and possibly even adopt your very own foal. A portion of the proceeds from this weeks training goes to Friends of Horses who have been great partners in rescuing the foals from the horrors of the feed lots to help give these young souls a chance at a new beginning.

Please come out, join us, and help us celebrate the lives and new beginnings of these precious young ones.

You wanted President Obama’s help saving the mustangs? Well here’s your chance…

Let’s sign this petition on and maybe we can finally get the administration to see the importance of protecting our wild horses over securing corporate profits at the expense of the mustangs and burros. We only need 5000 signatures to be heard. But imagine if we had 10,000 or 100,000! Let’s make it happen!!/petition/protect-wild-horses-and-burros-reform-inhumane-interior-department-management-program-wastes-tax/MYTbsKg6


Recently, ROTH Instructor Robert Raine reached out to horses while helping the fight against Cancer in Sweden.

He donated 100% of the proceeds to this cause.

Click on the link below to see the news video coverage from Sweden.


Greetings from Rob Raine in Sweden,

Reach Out to Horses pioneers and sets the standard – leadership with empathy and understanding.

Last weekend Reach Out to Horses (Sweden) did something unique in Swedish equine history.  We put together and presented the Reach Out to Horses clinic and made it a charity event. I was told by Sweden’s most prestigious equine publication that nobody else here in Sweden has ever done anything like this.  So not only was this the first ever of its kind, but we also donated 100% of the funds to the Pink Ribbon breast-cancer campaign.

The clinic itself was an outstanding success.  Everyone we approached for sponsorship donated their goods or time free of charge and with a huge smile.  We had six participants with horses, and another 14 auditors, however, to raise more funds anyone wanting to come in and try the obstacle course or the halter work or  T.L.C. exercises was welcome to bid to donate extra money and try a combination of all these things.  We exceeded our goal and raised roughly US$2500.

ROTH Sweden consists of certified Reach Out to Horses instructor, Robert Raine, dedicated long-term student Ulrika Swan – Co-coordinator, Liv Hektone and Yrsa Paulin – Logistics, and Camilla Ersson – Internet and Media and Photography.

Each and every one of the team performed above and beyond the call of duty in all situations, and we all had the time of our lives and lots of fun.

Regards From Rob and Team Sweden.

Your Donation CAN save Shep’s LIFE!!!


Subject: German Shepherd Rescue

Hello Friends,

I don’t normally reach out like this please excuse me if I write this in a time of economic or emotional stress for you and your family.

I was recently approached by another client/friend with a request Nancy Sharmach a local women that wrote for the Ocala Star Banner and was a volunteer for the Humane Society as well as some other animal welfare organizations passed away in her home. During the last years of her life she was struggling with diabetes and dementia therefore was not the animal mommy she had been prior in her life.

Since she had no children and a very small family there was no place for Shep a 5 year old neutered male german Shepherd to go. They were going to take him to the Marion County Animal Shelter (Kill Shelter) he has some health issues and I knew they would euthanize him quickly. He is such a sweet boy. When the paramedics got there he was laying over his mommy licking her face and stepped aside to allow the paramedics to help his mommy.

We took him in and planned to foster him until adopted through the local german shepherd rescue. The rescue won’t accept him because he is positive for heartworm. I cannot afford to pay for the heartowrm treatment nor do I have the time for the intense care needed through the treatment. I would like to bring him to The Humane Society of Marion County (no-kill shelter) with enough money to donate so they cannot say no and he can get the right care. Since he has been with us he is up to date on vaccinations, nails clipped on a good food and lots of love & outside play time.

He is VERY sweet and what we have seen is he is good with children, cats, other dogs and horses and deserves a chance.

If you can give anything or know of anyone that could give $10-$20 every little bit helps. So far between Nancy’s friends and my friends/contacts we have about $175 the Humane Society will probably take him if we can get together about $400 total.

If you can help please send to:

19185 NW 88th Ave Rd
Reddick FL 32686

I will make sure all your names are mentioned in the donation and update all donors to his progress. If he is not accepted at the Humane Society I have other feelers out there so please make check out in my name not Humane Society I will give back all money if we cannot get him into a facility or place him with someone that can give him the care.

I have included a few pictures of him

Thank You

Daneya Mitchell



Importance: High

Hello Everyone:

Please send this email to everyone you know who might be able to help house these mustangs.

Lifesavers Wild Horse Rescue has the funds to save 50+ of these slaughter bound mustangs.  They have no where to put them.  Anyone have a holding facility or willing to take a couple of mustangs to save them from slaughter.

Email I received stated:

Lifesavers Wild Horse Rescue Here we go again….175 wild horses going to killer sale. Need to be rescued…need your support…whatever you can do or give…

Lifesavers Wild Horse Rescue Now we have about 52 horses promised safety from slaughter if a home or homes can be promised for the Fallon Livestock Killer auction on the 18th of this month. One of the donors is a little girl using the money she is earning from selling tshirts – so far she can purchase 2 away from the killers! We need sanctuary type homes to come forward. Where are the deep pockets who really care about horses?

Lifesavers Wild Horse Rescue Just heard from a Fallon resident that on Tuesday, a normal livestock sale day, 50 horses were sold to killers and went to slaughter. Now there are about 20 horses in the pens waiting that came in yesterday.

Go to their website and contact them directly at:

Janet L Meyer, Ph.D., EBW

Spirit of Equus Rescue


They need more than a scooby snack,

they need a home!!!

A note from our friend Dawn:

Yavapai Humane Society in Prescott, AZ is still asking for help with the

Remaining Aussie’s. Most of them will come up to the kennel door

to get a treat or lick your hand. Our wonderful volunteers have been

doing a great job socializing them. They sit in the kennel with

them, read to them and talk to them to gain their trust Some have

been walked and seem to really enjoy it.

Each day gets a little better, they still have a ways to go.

One is in foster, I was told this am that he is doing great.

He’s opened up and is getting comfortable with his

new environment. Some of the fear they are having is from

being locked up. Most of these dogs are turning out to be really

nice dogs. If you can help them or know of someone that would like

to please contact Dawn at

They need out of the kennel environment as soon as possible.

Thank you




Subject: IDA Action Alerts to Save our Wild Horses/Burros – Personalize/Click/Send

Friends & Wild Horse Advocates – Forgive my delay in getting these alerts out to you. So much going on re saving our wild horses/burros. Please submit what you can.

Comments due today 7/15:

Comments needed by 7/16:

Comments needed by 7/19:

Many thanks.

For the wild ones, Carla B ;–}


For Immediate Release:

Mustang Advocate Finds BLM Violates Own Rules, Files Lawsuit

Hundreds of young wild horse foals risk death in imminent Nevada roundup

Reno NV (July 9, 2010)—One woman from Herd-Watch, a program of The Cloud Foundation, studied the newly published Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Wild Horse and Burro handbook and caught BLM in the act of violating their own protocol for the Tuscarora (Owyhee Complex) roundup. The handbook states roundups are prohibited until six weeks after foaling season which ends on June 30th. Therefore the earliest date to start the roundup is August 11th. Laura Leigh, Project Manager of Herd Watch filed a lawsuit today in US District Court in Nevada to stop the roundup.

“I found their error right in the BLM’s management handbook,” explains Leigh adding, “The BLM disregards their own rules when it comes to ‘managing’ wild horse population.”

Based on past experience and the current rush to remove 6,000 wild horses in three months, The Cloud Foundation believes that the BLM’s priorities are based on contractor availability not humane treatment of wild horses—especially foals, some of whom may be only weeks or days old.

The Foundation is requesting that humane observers and members of the public be present during all phases of all the roundups. Since the deadly Calico roundup in NW Nevada, BLM has tightened restrictions, preventing the public and humane observers from viewing the horses adequately. In the case of Tuscarora, the public will not be allowed to view any round up activities for the first two weeks.

Ginger Kathrens, Executive Director of The Cloud Foundation, shares Leigh’s concerns that “more foals may have their feet literally run off because they are too young to be chased by helicopter over sharp, volcanic terrain for miles in the hottest month of the year. At least two foals died a horrible death like this in the Calico roundup. Didn’t BLM learn anything from Calico?”

More than 100 wild horses died and over 40 spontaneous abortions occurred as a result of the Calico roundup.

“Currently, the only way to gain accountability—with an agency apparently left to police itself—is for a member of the public to file suit,” remarks Leigh. Leigh’s efforts are being supported by Grassroots Horse, an organization based in grassroots activism to prevent cruel wild horse roundups.

“If this roundup were being conducted in a safe manner,” says Leigh’s attorney Gordon Cowan of Reno, Nevada “one would make the assumption that the BLM would want the public to witness its entirety. Barring observers and press raises concerns.”

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Links of interest:

‘Herd-Watch: Public Eyes for Public Horses’

Grass Roots Horse

BLM Wild Horse and Burro Management Handbook

BLM Contacts & El Paso Gas’ Ruby Pipeline

The Mustang Conspiracy: Sex, Drugs, Corruption, and BP – investigative report

Tuscarora/Owyhee Complex Roundup Information from BLM

After campaigning for Obama, Sheryl Crow at odds over his administration’s wild-horse plan (Associated Press)

CNN Report, Issues with Jane Valez-Mitchell, March 25th

Disappointment Valley… A Modern Day Western Trailer- excellent sample of interviews regarding the issues

PR Firm Hired for the Destruction of America’s Wild Horse and Burro Herds

Elyse Gardner’s Humane Observer Blog

American Herds Blog

Roundup Schedule- updated July 2010

Fact Sheet on Wild Herds & The Salazar Plan

Wild Horse and Burro Act

Photos, video and interviews available from:

The Cloud Foundation ~

The Cloud Foundation is a non-profit dedicated to the preservation and protection of wild horses and burros on our Western public lands with a focus on protecting Cloud’s herd in the Pryor Mountains of Montana.

107 S. 7th St. – Colorado Springs, CO 80905 – 719-633-3842

Media Contacts:

Makendra Silverman

Tel: 719-351-8187

Anne Novak

Tel: 415-531-8454