Behavioural therapy

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Behavioural therapy

Practice has shown that many equine health problems, including riding reluctance and behavioural difficulties, are not due to illness but are caused by a lack of trust between the horse and rider.

Behavioural therapy promotes a harmonious relationship between a rider and his/her equine partner by employing a method of communication which the animal is able to understand. The aim is to restore mutual trust and create a harmonious, respectful partnership.

This interplay is something that all riders and horses of all breeds can learn. It is compatible with all riding styles and can enrich the sense of cooperation between the rider and horse.

Training is given on a one-to-one basis.