Christian horse Archive

Is it ever okay for your horse to say “No”?

One of the buzzwords of "natural horsemanship" is respect. Clinicians teach dozens of ways to encourage, earn, or require respect from a horse. Of course, you can't "require" respect. Doing that is synonymous with invoking fear. But - is it ever okay for your horse to tell you, "No"? You might be surprised at
Category: Gospel Horse

Does your horse have a current Job Description?

Horses commonly disappoint owners, riders, trainers, and breeders because they were set up to fail. If you're not sure why your horse is failing, preparing a job description for him or her is an excellent first step. Jobs range from entry level to the place where the buck stops (no pun intended.)
Category: Christian Horse Training

Does your Horse have Multiple Personality Disorder?

Is your horse an obedient and devoted pony at home but a total space cadet at shows or on the trail? Does your game-playing round pen partner morph into a strange monster when you saddle up to ride in the arena? Does your horse show up every day exactly the same as you left
Category: Christian Horse Training

Using Correction Properly – Teachers and Horse Trainers

Correction is a means of setting boundaries. Correction is synonymous with refinement. All great teachers use correction. It isn't possible to do anything well without pulling correction out of the tool box. Correction is NOT the same as discipline or punishment. The proper use of correction is always a gift that builds confidence.
Category: Christian Horse Training

The Genesis of one Equine Christian Ministry – Author Interview

God's disseminates His messages in many ways. In the case of Amazing Grays Ministry and Christian Horse Training that message usually involves an equine participant. Two gray horses started the whole thing. The foundation of all messages is God's Word and one avenue we use to share is in book form. ChristianeBooksToday.com is featuring an interview
Category: Daily Inspiration
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