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Build a Solid Foundation in Your Horsemanship – Part 2 – Guest Blog

By Anke Johnson
Making a stronger commitment to horses is challenging, and changing your ways isn’t always easy. The strategies in part two of this three-part series can help you through.
In my first article, I emphasized the importance of a strong foundation for making horses a priority in your life. By now, you’ve determined your [...]

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Build a Solid Foundation in Your Horsemanship – Part 1 – Guest Blog

By Anke Johnson
In this three-part series, learn how a more fulfilling life with horses begins when you build a strong personal foundation based on your goals.
In following the teachings of Walter Zettl, Pat Parelli or Mark Rashid, you’ll find they all have different techniques for working with horses, but they all agree on one thing: [...]

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Equine Employment – Negotiating so Everybody Wins

Conventional wisdom says “stick up for number one.”   “Nobody will take care of you if you don’t.”   Our society sends us the message that this is the attitude we should have when we negotiate for a job.   Negotiating is seen by many people as a “battle of adversaries.”   [...]

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