Equine Behaviour Workshops

Ever wondered what all the truly great horsemen and women have in common?

Why they instinctively know what to do and when to do it?

Have you ever thought the relationship they have with their horse is a little like an old married couple  - who finish each others sentences?

Its as though they know what their horse is thinking !

Just think how much easier life would be if you could "Think "like a horse, be able to anticipate his every move because you understand what motivates him to do the things he does.

How to think like a horse Workshops

This is not "New age" Hokus Pokus truly great horsemen have know this secret for centuries

However no one wanted to spill the beans and share the knowledge

until now

 Discover the Secrets of Equine behavior and communiction

2017 workshop dates and locations

to be announced

 

course overview  and Register on-line at:

www.thehorsewatcher.com

or -  e-mail Linda Finstad to save your spot

TheHorseWatcher@shaw.ca

 

Linda Finstad has spent the 2 years hanging out with herds of horses both wild and domestic observing and documenting their behavior. To unravel the mysteries of how they communicate with each other and why they do what they do.

The goal was to be completely objective and not to jump to any conclusions.

Her “Horse Watching” activity proved to be both enlightening but also posed some interesting questions, like:

Are horses self-aware?

Can horses smell fear?

How do wild stallions "steal" a mare?

Are horses capable of forming a "game plan" to get what they want?

Do mares teach their foals what is good to eat?

Can horses count?

What smells are horses either attracted to or repulsed by?

Do horses see in color and if so which colors do they react to?

To answer these questions Linda has designed a number of experiments.

The results of which will be revealed in her talk “how to think like a Horse”

The results will surprise even the most seasoned of horsemen

Details of how you can  host this fun workshop ( and make money)

visit www.thehorsewatcher.com