The Nature of the Horse


We all know the basics -  a horse is  a hoofed herbivore that congregates in herds. But a better understanding of the design of the horse and how they have evolved to survive in nature can actually enrich our relationships with our own equine partners. In this topic Julie Winkel follows a band of wild horses in Reno, Nevada as they make their daily stop at a water source to enjoy some refreshment and exhibit their inherent horsiness.  Julie offers a wealth of knowledge that not only explains the advantages of horses’ acquired traits, but yields insight to a more cohesive horse/human bond.

Running time: 12 minutes and 46 seconds


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Thumbnail Photo by Tricia Booker - Cameron Green LLC
Equine activities can be hazardous and may subject participants to injury. Neither Equestrian Coach, LLC nor Julie Winkel assume liability for your activities. This program provides general instructions and techniques that may not be suitable for everyone. No warranty is given regarding suitability of these instructions to the viewer.



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