Atlantis is adopted, but not home just yet!

 

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Each year I travel to the U.S. to continue my studies in Holistic Horsemanship with Reach Out to Horses. This month I completed the ‘Foal Gentling’ course in Sherwood, Oregon at Wild Horse Mountain Ranch. The 10 tribal foals we were partnered with had been separated from their moms and orphaned; they are only 4 months old. Luckily they were rescued by the Warm Springs Horse Network and given a second chance, PTL!

I was paired with the littlest baby of the group, a sensitive boy who showed us very quickly how big his heart is and how brave he is. By day 3, I realized that I wasn’t over there just to learn about foals and the language of the horse but to meet a soul mate and help him live the life he envisions for himself. With the guidance of my mentors and a mind-blowing offer from an awesome lady, it became possible for me to adopt the little boy I worked with, Atlantis.

The awesome lady, Melody (who took on 3 other foals as well!!!), will be taking Atlantis and his friends home to live with her. This means driving them from Oregon to the East Coast i.e. across the whole of America. This will cost at least $500 per foal, not to mention their vet bills for health certificates to cross State lines. Once Atlantis has healed and grown a bit more, he will get to decide if he wants to come live with us in England (yes, he has a choice;)).

Kindly,

Romy K.

Last Call!!!

Great news!518

We have extended the $1400 early bird price for the upcoming Reach Out to the Untouched Horse adventures in Wyoming and North Dakota.  

We still have spots in both events but they probably won’t last long.

 Don’t miss out on your chance to experience an event you will not find anywhere else on the planet!

Can’t join us in WY?  No problem, we have another incredible Reach Out to the Untouched Horse Event coming up with the magical Nokota of North Dakota.

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So if you have experience with horses and want to join us, contact us at info@reachouttohorses.com and you could be side by side with an untouched mustang!

Space is limited so don’t delay!


Join us as a participant or as an auditor.  You will never see horses, or the world, the same way again.
See you in the world of the Majestic Wild Horse
Anna and the whole Reach Out Team!

Reach Out to the  Untouched Horse
 
August 12th – 18th, 2013521
Cody, WY 
 
2 SPOTS LEFT!  
 

Do you really know how to communicate  
with your equine companion?

I don’t mean using physical cues so they’ll do what you ask.  

I mean true communication…
Let Anna guide you through the world of the untouched horse and the language of Equus.  Enter the magical domain of the wild horse and begin to understand their communication in the natural world.  

Over the course of 7 days you will discover how the natural horse communicates, herd dynamics, develop a bond through building a trust-based relationship and more. You will begin the training process and socialize a group of untouched horses that have come to the class needing and deserving a second chance.

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You will also have the opportunity to visit the majestic American Mustang in their natural environment and witness first-hand the world of the wild horse and have the opportunity for a special riverboat ride and lunch to enjoy the beautiful Wyoming Country


And if that isn’t enough, for some lucky folks they will have the rare chance to work with untouched Paso Fino’s.
Don’t miss your chance to finally have a relationship with your horse of equality, understanding and respect.  A bond between friends that begins with the language of the horse.

Reserve Your Spot Now! 

Can’t Join Us in Wyoming?
Reach Out to the
Untouched Nokota

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Sept 28th – Oct. 4th, 2013
Linton, North Dakota

Join Us For a Unique and Extraordinary Event!

The Nokota horses descend from 
the last surviving population of wild horses in North Dakota. 

For at least a century, the horses inhabited the rugged Little Missouri badlands, located in the southwestern corner of the North Dakota and now you have the opportunity to experience these majestic beings up close.

When Theodore Roosevelt National Park was created in the 1950s, some of the wild bands were fenced i

n, an accident that proved to have far-reaching 527consequences. While the raising of federal fences provided the horses with a measure of protection, the National Park Service (NPS) does not allow wild or feral equines, and is exempt from related protective legislation. Consequently, the park spent decades attempting to remove all of the horses. 

  During

the 1980s, Frank and Leo Kuntz began purchasing horses after N.P.S. round-ups, named them “Nokotas,” and started to create a breed registry. Nokota horses are descended from the last surviving population of wild horses in North Dakota. 
 
And just as in Wyoming, Anna will guide you through the world of these unique and untouched horses as you learn the language of Equus, enter the magical domain of the wild horse and begin to understand their communication in the natural world.

Over the course of 7 days you will discover how the natural horse communicates, herd dynamics, develop a bond through building a trust-based relationship and more. 

You will begin the training process and socialize a group of untouched horses that have come to the class needing and deserving a second chance.   


You will also have the opportunity to visit the Nokota in their natural environment and witness firsthand the world of the wild horse. 

Don’t miss this rare chance to meet, work and learn from a truly beautiful representative of the wild, untamed world of equus.

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Reserve Your Spot Now! 

6 Untouched Paso Fino Horses to be gentled at this year’s clinic, and you could gentle one of them!

While our minds tend to think of Mustangs when we hear a horse called ‘untouched,’ there are plenty of horses out there who don’t fall under Mustangs, but are indeed untouched. And that’s what we have this year; 6 untouched Paso Finos!

This rescue is indeed a rare circumstance; it’s not every day you have dozens of untouched well bred Paso Finos! From Cuerno Grande, WY these lucky horses have had a woman, Vicki Olson, who has taken on the feat of finding homes for each of them.

Enter ROTH!

We, already, had four Mustangs lined up and when we heard this herd’s story we knew how we would fill the remaining six! After all it is the “Untouched Horse Clinic.”

And aren’t you lucky? Two participant spots have opened up!

Never before have we had an Untouched Clinic go without a waiting list, but the universe has shuffled some lives and made a clear path to learn from the masters themselves!

Was the universe clearing this path for you?!

Visit the ROTH webiste to learn more!