Month: November 2009

Researchers Find the First Horse Whisperers

by Sandra Olsen of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History This Behind the Scenes article was provided to LiveScience in partnership with the National Science Foundation. Paleolithic hunters in Europe and Asia began exploiting horses for meat thousands of years ago when the last continental glaciers disappeared, yet […]

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The Value of Compassion

Collected and written by Simone Netherlands, founder of respect4horses The burden of caring is indeed great for it is essentially allowing the pain of another to transfer into you. It is easy to be discouraged by the evil of what we are up against, easy to feel the […]

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The Facts of Life

by Jerry Finch, Founder and President of Habitat for Horses We just purchased a Bald Cypress for our land and were sitting under the spreading willow tree last evening discussing the facts of life as we know them. Although I realize that I’m nowhere near the age where […]

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The Wild Horse Prayer of Thanks

by R.T. Fitch, author of “Straight from the Horse’s Heart“     Thank you, Great Spirit, for the blessing of today. We give thanks for the gift of this day; for being granted another opportunity to be alive from when the sun comes up until it retreats into […]

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