We are responsible for our Horses and their Actions.
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4-Boxing and Stabling.
7-Our Body actions and our Body Language.
9-The actions we take as Punishment.
10- Please feel free to edit this list with the actions which you feel would be considered violent actions towards a horse.
If you make additions to the list , tell me where do we draw the line and say this is Violence towards this creature?
How and when do we use our intelligence to prevent something which would be considered cruel , aggressive, punishment and violence towards the horse?
What are the Positive and Negative results of these on the Horse?
Does the result of a violent action appear right away; or does it appear in the future or after a longer period of time?
Does the effect of violence have many outcomes, or just a simple one?
I Know One Thing: Any type and amount of violence destroys Trust.
Trust Establishes Trust – as the saying goes.
Trust with our partner (Horse).
There are other things but to my knowledge this is the most important one.
To be honest and frank I have to become a Horse to answer my post .
But I try my best to become a Horse as much as I can to answer to your posts next time I get on line , as I said in other thread you have to be in the mood for doing something especially things that has something to do with your mind and brain working , Don’t you think so?
If intelligence is rated by qualities such as Memory and Speed of Learning, then the horse must be considered extremely intelligent. Horse memory often exceeds ours, and his/her speed of learning nearly always exceeds ours.
We have to know the feelings of the Horse about each single thing.