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When Respect Equals Love

Sara R. Fogan, C.Ht. is a certified hypnotherapist based in Southern California. She graduated with honors from the Hypnosis Motivation Institute in 2005.

If you ride and/or work with horses, you probably understand what I mean when I say that the relationship humans share with their equine partner(s) is one of the most intense experiences you may ever share with another being. We admire the power, beauty and freedom that horses represent; we want to ride the so we can know how it feels to fly without wings. We are infatuated with the myths and stories about those equine ambassadors that showed apparent loyalty to their humans, and we want to experience that kind of devotion in our lives. Unlike the dogs, cats and other small domesticated animals with whom we share our lives and homes, horses are large, powerful animals that could literally kill us at any time and without even meaning to.

The irony of this relationship is that these big animals can seem and even be so vulnerable. Humans are predatory animals while horses are prey for many species. Feral or wild horses have no problem fending for themselves, but we tend to lavish the domesticated members of this species with food (and treats), shelter, veterinary and farrier care, and our unrequited love. Many people know what it is like to spend long hours nursing a horse back to health after it suffers a bout of colic or has a serious training injury. Is there anything as sweet as the relief we feel when we know that the animal will survive? We regard our horses as our four-legged kids. We address them with terms of endearment such as baby or sweetheart and speak in low, placating voices as if we are soothing a human child. But this kind of extreme treatment—coddling—can be lethal.

In his Theory of Mind, John Kappas, Ph.D. described the development of the subconscious and conscious mind from the “primitive mind,” an area of the mind where the fight/flight response or survival instinct resides. Whenever you are in a trance state—whether you are deeply engrossed in a video game you are playing—or during a hypnotherapy session, you have actually “escaped” into hypnosis because the conscious mind is overwhelmed by outside stimuli. Hypnosis is your safe haven. Conversely, horses literally flee when they feel threatened. The most powerful thing that could stop this flight is the presence of a respected herd leader that commands the direction and speed with which the other animal(s) in the herd move. Since horses weigh ten times that of an average man, the safest thing in the human-equine partnership is for the person to be that leader. Unfortunately, this is an ideal and not necessarily a true hierarchy in many of these relationships.

Your horse will not listen or respond to your vocal or body aids unless it respects you as the leader of your herd and trusts that you can and will provide security and protection from danger. This respect includes recognizing that you, like your equine, expects to have a safe perimeter of personal space in which the other horse(s) in the herd can intrude without an invitation, or else there will be consequences. If you watch a herd of horses interacting in a pasture, you will notice how one of the animals seems to control where each one of its herd-mates is grazing. If the lead horse wants to be in the spot occupied by another horse, he or she will move the other animal out of the way, starting with body language such as pinning its ears to physically pushing, biting or chasing the other horse away. More often than not, a subordinate horse knows that it needs to get out of the way when the other animal shows up to avoid a physical altercation. Every horse knows this drill from the time it is a foal, no matter what its rank in the herd. Furthermore, even in your herd of two, your horse will have no compunction about reminding you where you “belong” if he or she doesn’t respect you as that leader.

Whether your horse invades your personal space, tries (or succeeds) to bite you, refuses to move off of your leg or vocal command, or other tries and to dominate you in any other way, it is clear that he or she does not respect you as a leader. Even the 900 to 1,300 pound “baby” that you love so much will run right over you to escape from any real or imagined threat if it doesn’t respect you and the space you are standing in or the sensation of your weight on its back. No matter how you spell the love you feel for your horse, this word is spelled r-e-s-p-e-c-t in your equine partner’s dictionary.

Over the centuries, humans have shared a very complicated relationship with horses. On the one hand, these animals have served us as beasts of burden, mechanisms of war and even sources of food. On the other, horses are revered as symbols of freedom, excitement and nobility. Some people make their living working with and on the back of a horse; others say that just having horses in their lives makes life that much better. Many equestrians consider their horse(s) to be their equine partners, but this metaphor works only when people understand that our horses first perceive us as the predator that sits on and directs their movement. Whenever we handle horses on the ground or on their back, it doesn’t matter how much we love them if they don’t respect us; but we need to respect them, too.

I discussed the components of a successful relationship in my February 14, 2014 blog, “Keys to a Successful Relationship.” You will have noticed that “love” is not on that list, at all; but “respect” is. We can show our respect to someone in various ways, from listening without interruption to what the other person is saying, to deferring to the advice of someone who has more experience than we do. We show respect by celebrating the ways a person is similar and different to ourselves without trying to force that individual to change or adopt our beliefs or opinions when we disagree. We are suggestible to our partner’s beliefs, attitudes and behaviors; but that partner is also suggestible to us. So, what does all that mean when your partner weighs 1,000 pounds and can run 25 to 40 miles per hour? It should mean: a lot.

Horses have survived through the millennia because they know how to adapt to their environment and make their circumstances work for them. They rely on their herd-mates to help defend from danger, especially, the horse in the leadership or “alpha” role. Horses know that a good alpha is one that not only protects the herd from outside threats but also treats each member with fairness. The alpha tells the rest of the herd where and when to go or stop. The other horses will follow this animal, but only so long as that lead horse continues to deserve their respect. They treat their human leader the same way.

Following are some practical techniques to help you earn and reinforce a respectful relationship with your horse. Before you use or practice these suggestions, please consult with a professional horse trainer and/or your riding instructor to ensure that they will be effective and safe for you to do.
• Protect your personal space. Clinton Anderson of Downunder Horsemanship® advises his students to imagine that they are standing in the middle of a hula hoop, and their horse cannot get any closer to them than the perimeter of that hoop. If the horse tries to move in on you, correct this intrusion right away by sending him or her further away again. Remember that when you are leading your horse, the safest position for you is beside your horse, with his head/nose at your shoulder. Horses cannot see what is directly in front or behind them, and you are at risk of being run over if your horse is following directly behind you.
• Be in charge. Clinton Anderson warns, “Whoever moves his feet first, loses.” If your horse is dancing around on the cross-ties and you have to constantly adjust your position to avoid him stepping on you, he is in control. Practice groundwork exercises to keep your horse moving when and in the direction you want him or her to go. Work your horse on a lunge-line and make the animal practice up and down transitions through each of the gaits. The purpose of these exercises is to teach your horse that you are in control of where, when and how fast his feet are going to move.
• Be consistent. Reward good behavior and correct misbehavior every time it happens. Rewards don’t have to be treats; they can be a pat on the neck or shoulder with copious verbal praise, releasing tension in the reins so the horse can drop its head and stretch, etc. A correction for misbehavior might be a verbal reprimand and making the training session last longer and/or more intensive. Repeat these actions every time your horse does what you ask to create an association in the animal’s mind that you say what you mean and mean what you say (physical suggestibility). The more times you consistently reinforce this association, the more your horse will trust you because it will know what kind of reaction to expect from you in response to his or her behavior.
• Be fair. If your horse seems to be having a tough time understanding what you want and/or are asking him or her to do, do a quick mental check to make sure you are correctly asking for what you want. It is too easy to blame our horse when something goes wrong in our training, but the mistake is often “pilot” (rider) error. You may discover that your equine partner is actually doing exactly what you are asking for, but you are not asking what you wanted to know. If your horse is having trouble understanding or doing what you are asking, consider asking for that movement in a different way. Work on another technique that your horse already knows how to do and practice that to increase his or her confidence and then try the movement again. You will probably find that you and your horse will benefit from doing something else for a little while and the new work will make more sense to both of you.
• Be generous. Horseman Chris Cox regularly gives his horses a few minutes to stand still and “soak in” or think about a lesson or instruction that they had just been working on. In so doing, the horse gets a short break from its work (a reward) and can associate the release in pressure from the reins and legs with doing a good job. When your horse has performed a movement well or you have had a good schooling session, reward him with praise, a walk break or even stopping the day’s training session a little earlier than you planned.

I am not a riding instructor, and I encourage everyone to consult with a trainer or instructor to resolve riding and horse-related issues.

Sara R. Fogan, C.Ht. is a certified hypnotherapist based in Southern California. She graduated with honors from the Hypnosis Motivation Institute in 2005. Visit Sara's blog. For more information about Calminsense Hypnotherapy® and to set up an appointment, please visit www.calminsense

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Regardless of your discipline, as an equestrian, your success in the show ring and overall enjoyment during the ride comes down to this: Your ability to focus on your riding skills and fine-tuning your communication with your equine partner to the point of becoming one with him. I use the gentle, non-invasive tools of hypnotherapy and therapeutic guided imagery to help equestrians overcome the mental "clutter" caused by distractions at and away from the barn. My services include: teaching relaxation techniques to alleviate competition nerves, increase confidence after falling off your mount/riding out a bad "spook," helping riders memorize a course/test, increase motivation to follow an intensive training program, and more.
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Salisbury Farms offers various unique equine programs designed to provide community support and learning, as well as classical riding instruction. Programming includes:
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• Adult Adventure Program
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Specific instruction for riders (and horses) who want to address a particular issue that has been resistant to change and prevents them from reaching their equestrian goals.

Lakeside, CA   619-723-6202

Gwen Bernardo, BS and EBW, offers a mobile equine massage and bodywork practice as well as an independent saddle fitting service. She provides customized Swedish, deep tissue, and sports massage along with trigger point release and red light therapy. These techniques keep the horse moving freely and performing up to his optimum ability. Let Gwen massage and support damaged muscles, while using body work to help PREVENT stress and injuries before they occur.

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Healing, Health and Happiness Center
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4320 Atlantic # 151, Long Beach, CA 90805. 562-659-1772 

Windwalker Rehab - Renate Andrasevits Reed
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1446 W216th St, Torrance, CA 90501. 310-365-9271 

Sore No More Equine & Canine Therapy - Annette Norfolk
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68-766 Perez Road, Cathedral City, CA 92234. 760-409-5383

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3224 Kallin Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90808. 562-421-7981

Southern California Equine Rehabilitation Center
Rehabilitation / Lay up / Conditioning / Alternative therapys
9301 W. Los Angeles Avenue, Moorpark, CA 93021. 805-553-9701

Schaffer Equine Therapy
Thermotex Infrared Therapy Systems / Cryo Therapy
PO Box 533, Bonsall, CA 92003. 760-587-3143

Laurel Baker - Reiki Master Practitioner
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Animal Heart Strings
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PO Box 838, Beaumont, CA 92223. 951-769-3774

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Spirit of Equus Rescue
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21762 Wren St, Apple Valley, CA 92308 .     760-247-7348

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PO Box 1003, Malibu, CA 90265. 310-403-4623

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243 N Hwy 101, Solana Beach and Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92075. 858-509-1144

Joy Nussen, LMFT, EAGALA Certified / Equine Assisted Psychotherapy
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19502 Rancho Ballena Rd., Ramona, CA 92065. 760-315-3064

Pegasus Riding for Recovery-Equine Therapy for the Disabled
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35450 B Pegasus Court, Palm Desert, CA 92211. 760-772-3057

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Equine Sports Massage Therapy
San Diego, CA 92130        858-342-7433

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P.O. Box 30636, Santa Barbara, CA 93130     805-451-1585

Healing Hands for Equines
Equine Massage Therapy
Bay area, CA 94121      631-655-8698

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Equine massage therapy/ Light therapy/ Energy work/ Homeopathy
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Leaps & Bounds Pediatric Therapy (Hippotherapy)
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Equine Assisted/ Collaborative Marriage and Family Therapy/Mental Health Services
457 1/2 East Baseline Rd. San Dimas CA 91773    Phone: (626) 487-9305

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Kellogg Equestrian Academy
Training/ Health Care/ Equine Massage/ Equestrian Pilates
23401 Via Pajaro Coto de Caza CA 92691   Phone: 949 290 1420

Planet Equus Equine Sports Massage
Health Care/ Equine Sports Massage
Temecula CA 92592     Phone: 760 533 4568

Paul's Equine Services
Lessons/ Training/ Health Care/ Natural Western Horsemanship/ Ground training/ Colt starting/ Barefoot trimming (Pete Ramey methodology)/ Equine first aid
24724 Valley Street, Newhall, Ca. 91321 Phone: 818-523-PAUL(7285)

Using a hair sample we check every ingredient in your horse's diet for food allergies/intolerances.
CA 92308 Phone: 760-247-7348

Millennium Therapy Center
Magnetic Pulse Therapy
PO Box 182, Solana Beach, CA 92075 Phone: 602-510-2141

Barn Bootcamp
Fitness for Equestrians: Get Your Riders in Better Shape!
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Acuscope Therapy Systems "electric medicine for you and your equine partner"
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Pegasus Equine Therapy
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711 W. 17th Street, Suite A8&#8232, Costa Mesa, CA 92627 Phone: 949-646-8486

Magnus Magnetica
PEMF device
808 Portola Rd, Portola Valley, CA 94028 Phone: 650-219-3080

Performance Plus Equine Therapy
Mobile equine therapy offering non-invasive Pulsed Electromagnetic Therapy, Professional Therapist PEMF and Cryotherapy
Southern California Phone: 817-694-5133

Whinny Watch
Health Care
4745 Moorpark Ave, Moorpark, CA 93021

RoseValley Performance Horses and Showjumpers LLC.
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2888 English Rd, Chino Hills, CA 91709 Phone: 714-883-2037

Through the Heart of a Horse
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1399 Ninth Ave #303, San Diego, CA 92101 Phone: 773-494-5878

Equine Recovery
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Reiki for Horses
121 W. El Portal, Suite 201, San Clemente, CA 92672 Phone: 949-231-0021

Reiki for Animals
Reiki healing
North County San Diego Phone: 760-481-4297

Equipoise Pilates
Equestrian Pilates / Rider Health
Fallbrook, CA 92028 Phone: 760-533-5160

EquiHeal Equine Sports Massage Therapy
Massage Therapy / Accupressure
Serving San Diego, Riverside, Imperial and Los Angeles Counties Phone: 858-900-4013

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6304 Enfield Ave, Encino, CA 91316 Phone: 818-776-8432

Equine Energy Medicine
Health Care
Los Feliz, CA 90027 Phone: 818-297-0782

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El Cajon, CA 92021 Phone: 619-443-5400

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