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Dressage on a Rescue: Doing More with Less

I have a confession. I shop-lifted when I was in high school. No, I don’t seem like the type. It was the only time I ever stole anything and what they say is right: Willfully breaking the law impacts your character. 862 more words

Dressage/Natural Horsemanship

"Talk to Me!"

What I loved about this horse is that he looks as if he is about to say, “Tell me all about it!”  Actually he is a rescue that became a therapy horse at Lucky Orphans Horse Rescue in Millbrook, New York.   27 more words

Animal & Landscape Photographs

Welcome Ranger - and Ben!

Our new boys- the story of two horses!

Regular readers of Learning from Dogs will remember a post just over a month ago The lone Ranger. 589 more words


I'm Eating, Don't Bother Me

For horses, eating is a serious business—so serious that in the wild, when they’re not sleeping, they’re eating.  Eating is even more serious for domesticated horses, because they’re usually fed by the whim of those who own or train them, and not according to their own instincts.  833 more words