Watch Anna as she touches the wild, Mongolian Horse for the first time and then builds a foundation for the work in following videos.
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A private clinic at Timbuktu in BC, Canada provided all around natural horsemanship to create a deeper connection and safe environment for the horses and their people. A lesson on how to teach a horse to stop when he is fearful instead of bolt. Meet April & Blueberry rescued from the PMU line as they offer their first r’ship.
Watch as Anna teaches a crucial lesson in desensitizing for both horse and rider.
For more information about Anna Twinney and the Reach Out to Horses Comprehensive Horsemanship Program visit us at reachouttohorses.com.
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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.
Billy, a Norwegian Fjord Horse residing in Canada, has spent several years under saddle, but all of these years with a concern for “things” above him. During this Round Pen session you see Soenke, a ROTH student, communicate to Billy while getting him comfortable with objects on and around his saddle. With subtle cues, gestures, energy and communication the language of the horse reveals his comfort level and acceptance. The conversation speaks for itself.
Anna is proud to be teaming up with the Horse Protection League in Golden who greeted ROTH with open arms. Such a broad spectrum of horses attended from virtually untouched Arabians, 2 yrs old Mustang, ex-teaser, through to behavior modification requirements and school masters. In 3 days alone the horses learned to trust and accept leadership from their handlers. Some of the variety that crossed my path and the EXTREME positive changes were captured!
For more information on The Colorado Horse Protection League please visit their website at cohpl.org.
As I was waiting for Poco to finish his huge mash last evening, I was watching one of your dvds on Natural Horsemanship on my portable dvd player. As I got up to do a last minute mucking, I placed the dvd player on the stool I was sitting on and faced it towards the inside of the stall so I could see and hear it.
Poco stopped eating and went over to stall door and proceeded to watch your spook busting video for several minutes. I ran to my truck and got my camara and managed to get a couple of cute pictures of this. At 30 years of age, I am so glad to see Poco is very interested in learning…. or maybe he was enjoying the process of everyone elses learning curve who participated in the dvd! I’ll get the pictures off to you as soon as I can.
Love & Light,
I thought you would get a kick out of that! Until I figure out what hardware to put in the stall Poco and the pony share so they can eat independantly, I have to sit and wait for Poco to finish his enormous mash while the pony finishes hers in a flash.
They share the stall (it’s enormous) so I sit in the ailse after my work is complete with Poco’s door open and figure out ways to use my time effectively so I meditate, do energy work on the horses or myself or long distance, positive affirmations, etc…..then I thought of your dvd’s to watch as well. It just warmed my heart when I saw Poco watching while I picked up the latest deposit on the stall floor. I knew I just had to get my camara. I try & keep it close at hand between the new kitten & the horses antics. So glad you enjoyed it.
I don’t know how to put the pictures on the computer so I may have to print them out and send them snail mail unless I can have someone show me how to do it and get them to you soon. Will work on it!