❤️ I heard her telling the horse to stop biting its feeding bowl. I could hear the young woman’s voice becoming more and more frustrated. The horse kept biting and inhaling air.
I could feel the horse anxiety level rising rapidly, and her inhaling becoming stronger.
The young woman wasn’t bad to the horse, quite the opposite. She didn’t want the horse to get colic (or feel bad)
I knew how much she loved the horse. “If you as a person are making something out of nervousness, and someone is telling you in a harsh way to stop, repeatedly, how would you feel?” I asked the young woman kindly.
“More nervous, I guess.” she answered politely.
She smiled and removed the horse, and tied her beloved horse away from the feeding bucket while saddling her.
The horse stoped biting at the feeding place and with encouraging voice she could get her horse ready without any more problems. Her horse stood calmly.
You want to empower your horse, and your children. To continue building them up from who they are, their background and for your future together.