Tag Archives: Seunig

Equus interruptus

I have been away.  Duty called, and I winged my way across these United States for several days in the D.C. area.  I spent those days learning things for my job.  I would rather have been riding and learning horsey … Continue reading

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Hot nails, high jinx and humility

As has been the pattern this past couple of years, we reach the point of getting back in the saddle and something goes awry. Weather, lameness, work, human illness … we’ve experienced all in more than copious quantities of late.  … Continue reading

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Love of the horse

Most important is love of the horse. It is the leitmotiv that should underlie all our intercourse with this most lovable of creatures. A horse will overcome its inborn shyness and gain confidence, the fundamental condition of mutual understanding, with a … Continue reading

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A Real Horseman

A real horseman must not only be an expert – he must also be able to think and feel like a horse, that is, to realize that a horse is not equipped with human understanding. Such a horseman should be … Continue reading

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