Half Halt Farm in North Salem, NY, Hosts Confident Horse, Confident Rider

In the first week in July Anna was in North Salem, NY, at Half Halt Farm where she shared her clinic, Confident Horse, Confident Rider, with the participants!

It looks like everyone had a great time and thoroughly enjoyed their instruction!

Anna often likes to stream live from her clinics and courses when she can to let everyone in on the fun and excitement of sharing the Language of Equus with the world!

Anna is blessed to work in some of the most picturesque equestrian facilities around the world!  A gorgeous indoor is always a blessing during the summer heat and even when the storms roll through!  We would like to thank Laura Evans at Half Halt Farm for bringing the ROTH message to those near and dear to her heart!

NY HH 1

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Go HERE for the Events Calendar

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Anna will be at Pegasus this weekend! Join her for a Holistic Horse Day!

Find out what makes Reach Out to Horses the most unique, comprehensive and effective horsemanship program in the world!


The Holistic Horse Day with Anna Twinney

Date: 
Saturday, December 1, 2012 
10am – 6pm   

Location: 
At Pegasus Therapeutic Riding 
in Brewster, NY   

Anna is coming to Pegasus Therapeutic Riding


in Brewster, NY, for the first time!

The Holistic Horse Day is an enlightening, informative and fun day open to everyone and all experience levels. It’s an excellent introduction to Anna’s unique Reach Out To Horses methodologies!
The Day includes:
• Understanding herd dynamics and how they can enhance the partnership with your horse.
• Assessing your horse’s personality and character in the Round Pen. “Demystify the round pen” by creating a partnership through telepathic, energetic and body language.
• The use and effectiveness of muscle testing.
• Muscle testing your horse for optimal nutrition
• Animal Communication:  The Real Deal
• and more…
FEE FOR THE HOLISTIC HORSE DAY ONLY  $150.00. 
$75 for 17 and under.



And one of the best parts of the event is that a portion of the proceeds go towards supporting Pegasus’ noble work. 

So join us for the day, discover the foundation of the ROTH program, uncover how to understand the language of equus, learn to create the partnership with your horse that you’ve always wanted and help out a great cause.  How can you go wrong!

R.S.V.P. with Syreeta Jones at
Sjones@pegasustr.org or 845-669-8235 x101
Visit  www.pegasustr.org  for more information.

For More Information about the event details and the Reach Out to Horses Program visit our website
www.reachouttohorses.com

Space is limited, so sign up today!

Anna is going to be in New York Dec 1, 2012

Find out what makes Reach Out to Horses the most unique, comprehensive and effective horsemanship program in the world!


The Holistic Horse Day with Anna Twinney

Date: 
Saturday, December 1, 2012 
10am – 6pm   

Location: 
At Pegasus Therapeutic Riding 
in Brewster, NY   

Anna is coming to Pegasus Therapeutic Riding


in Brewster, NY, for the first time!

The Holistic Horse Day is an enlightening, informative and fun day open to everyone and all experience levels. It’s an excellent introduction to Anna’s unique Reach Out To Horses methodologies!
The Day includes:
• Understanding herd dynamics and how they can enhance the partnership with your horse.
• Assessing your horse’s personality and character in the Round Pen. “Demystify the round pen” by creating a partnership through telepathic, energetic and body language.
• The use and effectiveness of muscle testing.
• Muscle testing your horse for optimal nutrition
• Animal Communication:  The Real Deal
• and more…
FEE FOR THE HOLISTIC HORSE DAY ONLY $125.00 for adults 18 and up, if registered and paid by November 16, 2012, $150.00 after November. 16.  
$60 for 17 and under, if registered and paid by November 16, $75 after November 16th.



And one of the best parts of the event is that a portion of the proceeds go towards supporting Pegasus’ noble work. 

So join us for the day, discover the foundation of the ROTH program, uncover how to understand the language of equus, learn to create the partnership with your horse that you’ve always wanted and help out a great cause.  How can you go wrong!

R.S.V.P. by 11/21 to Syreeta Jones at
Sjones@pegasustr.org or 845-669-8235 x101
Visit  www.pegasustr.org  for more information.

For More Information about the event details and
the Reach Out to Horses Program visit our website
www.reachouttohorses.com

Space is limited, so sign up today!

Anna Twinney at Centerline Stables New York

The Equine communication system involves a subtle language of queues. A true connection is gained as you listen to the intricacies of the language and respond accordingly. Anna visits a top dressage barn in Ossining, New York where her annual visit includes teaching the horse’s language to professional horsemen and women, thereby building confidence, relationships, increasing the understanding as well as improving performance. The results speak for themselves.

Anna Twinney – Horse Whisperer on tour in NY colt starting

Annually Anna visits Centerline Stables in New York to consult on natural horsemanship and animal communication. This clip includes starting Henk, a young Premarin (PMU) colt under saddle by Reaching out through a trust based partnership, introducing him to his first saddle & ground-driving experiences. Spook-busting both on the ground & methods in preparation for his first rider! In just 2-days Henk comes on leaps and bounds.

Judge ADMITS it’s wrong and still does nothing!!!!!

Media Contacts:

Rebecca McNeill
rebeccam@aspca.org
Tel: 646-291-4582

Anne Novak

Tel: 415-531-8454

For Immediate Release

 

October 22, 2010

 

Animal Welfare Groups Respond to Federal Ruling that Fails to Protect Colorado Wild Horse Herd

NEW YORK—The ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®), along with Habitat for Horses, the Cloud Foundation, and Dr. Don and Toni Moore, today responded to a federal judge’s ruling that declined to issue an injunction preventing the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) from continuing its inhumane and illegal roundup of wild horses from Colorado’s North Piceance herd area. The case, brought against U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar in New York, charged that the BLM’s ongoing treatment of America’s federally protected wild horse herds violates the National Environmental Protection Act, as well as the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act of 1971.

 

The BLM had dropped its immediate attempt to relocate the case from New York to Colorado or Washington D.C., making this the first case against the BLM to be heard in New York. “While we are disappointed by yesterday’s ruling, we are encouraged by the court’s acknowledgment that the removal of these iconic horses impacts all Americans,” said Matt Bershadker, senior vice president of ASPCA Anti-Cruelty. “The ASPCA is committed to protecting our nation’s wild horses.”

 

U.S. District Judge William H. Pauley acknowledged that the plaintiffs would undoubtedly suffer irreparable harm from the roundup of the wild horse herd. The court further acknowledged the permanent injury caused to Dr. Don Moore, a Colorado veterinarian who has personally known the Piceance-North Douglas Herd for decades. “Although we did not get the win that we were aiming for,” stated Jerry Finch, founder and president of Habitat for Horses, “we stood fast in a contested venue and got the court to agree to the damage done to American citizens when the BLM pulls our wild mustangs from their rightful land. That in its own right is huge.”

 

“I would be lying if I said that I am not disappointed,” said R.T. Fitch, volunteer executive director of the funding HfH Advisory Council, “but it’s not about me, you or anything else other than the horses. That’s where my feelings reside. It’s time for the American wild horse to catch a break, and we intend to see that promise through.”

 

More than 19 million acres originally designated for wild horses have been slowly whittled away for cattle grazing, making the horses both the victims and targets for removal. The use of helicopters to run the terrified horses over miles of scorching desert has resulted in serious injuries and several horse deaths throughout the summer, as well as one-half or more of the wild horse population languishing in long-term holding pens.

 

“The fight to save the last of the mustangs is just beginning,” said Ginger Kathrens, director of the Cloud Foundation. “We will continue to take our message to Congress, the courts and to an increasingly concerned public.”

 

For more information on the BLM’s mismanagement of America’s wild horses, please visit www.aspca.org. To learn more about the Habitat for Horses Advisory Council, please visit www.hfhadvisorycouncil.org, and for information on the Cloud Foundation, go to www.cloudfoundation.org.

 

 

About the ASPCA®

Founded in 1866, the ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) is the first humane organization established in the Americas and serves as the nation’s leading voice for animal welfare. One million supporters strong, the ASPCA’s mission is to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States. As a 501 [c] [3] not-for-profit corporation, the ASPCA is a national leader in the areas of anti-cruelty, community outreach and animal health services. The ASPCA, which is headquartered in New York City, offers a wide range of programs, including a mobile clinic outreach initiative, its own humane law enforcement team, and a groundbreaking veterinary forensics team and mobile animal CSI unit. For more information, please visit www.aspca.org.

 

To become a fan of the ASPCA on Facebook, go to http://www.facebook.com/aspca. To follow the ASPCA on Twitter, go to http://www.twitter.com/aspca.

Bolting Belgian gets Bomb Proofed

“CAUTION….I’m outta here”

“AGAIN???”

“SEE I told you it was no big deal”

Thank you to Liza Margulies for this photo documentary.

Liza Wallis Photography
www.snootydog.com