Greetings from St. Vincent!
I have been busy developing our Climate Compliance Program but nevertheless here is a delayed “Friday” blog. I posted this video in an online Horse Group I am part of and the discussion is going and is very interesting.
I learnt so many lessons from my wild herd of horses; the roles in the herd, how the roles were changing, how the lead mare in this herd was operating…
Can you see what is happening in the video?
The reason I put the question rather than tell is that I think you might observe better and learn more from it. The situation is like this; It is a normal day, the herd has been separated in two groups for 2-3 weeks they are meeting at the moment of the filming.
This is a lesson I give at my clinics where I separate the herd, then put them together, and we observe and discuss the roles in the herd and why which horses is doing or not doing what they are doing.
The very first Sahaja 2015 Clinic Group is forming and I am very excited. It’s the first of this kind of clinic I will give. During the clinic, which starts 6th of December, we will spend time with the herd, walk the rainforest, ride, learn about herd dynamics, share lessons, study sustainable horse keeping and enjoy the amazing island of St. Vincent!
Much sunshine and RAIN!
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