What we Learn from Horses

Owning a horse simply means, the horse owns you back!


By developing trust, a key ingredient in any relationship, you firmly believe in the reliability, the strength and the truth of one another.

Horses are kind and gentle, yet strong and persevering. If you can learn anything from bonding and sharing experiences with a horse, you can expect to develop and ameliorate some personality and physical aspects that lay weak within you. 


Expect your physical strength to multiply exponentially as you discover the intentional use of muscles you probably never used or even knew you had. Fitness and exercise are part of steady training and horse riding, allowing not only increase in strength and muscle mass but control of movements and intensity. Controlling your horse is mainly mastery of your body’s reflexes and guidance. It is not about dominating the control, it is about becoming a fluid extension of your horse, matching his strength and abilities. Horses teach you to govern your strength and measure your actions accordingly, that is one life lesson often taught through meditation and self awareness. Sharing this ability with your horse, affords you an understanding of your environment and tolerance to your surroundings while mastering your body’s strength. 

This ability to master your corporeal movements requires mental awareness and cognitive aptitudes powering up aspects such as courage and persistence in accomplishing success in training your horse, fortifying your relationship and tackling new challenges.


Caring for a horse is such a rewarding task, catering to his well being, appropriate nutrition and cleanliness will allow you to nurture your relationship and grow unconditional emotional attachment. Through empathy and compassion, you learn to care for someone other than yourself with a positive and responsible attitude. Horses are gentle, easy going and will teach you to love and be loved unconditionally. Non-judgemental by nature, your horse will place trust and faith in you regardless of your past or future. It is this constructive attitude that will grant you the ability to learn beneficial social skills to maintain positive traits in life and persevere despite challenges you may encounter, in training with your horse or in life in general.

Aside from the physical, cognitive and emotional benefits of spending time, caring for and loving your horse, enjoy simply relaxing and observing nature. Take in the beauty of outdoors scenery, admire the majestic figure of your horse and lighten up by breathing fresh air. Let the weight of the world anchor your new found passions and strengthen your bond with your loved ones and don’t forget that a little dirt, never hurt!

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