First trail ride on Milva today - a big thank you to Patrica & Tinka for being our lead equipage! On a personal note - I just spent a wonderful, magical weekend in Halmstad with the most amazing man - having tons of butterflies in my belly - Life is Good!!!
I´m born in Austria but moved to Sweden when I was in my mid 20´s. After living in Sweden for a while I moved to Canada for 3 years and I loved every minute of it! Horses have always been my passion as long as I can remember. I started to ride when I was 7 years old on a big white Thourogbreed mare called Isolde. When I was 12 I got my first own horse - a Haflinger gelding called Bongo. After Bongo there was Tjelvar - the horse I brought with me to Sweden. 2008 was the year I met my soulhorse Milva. I bought Milva from her breeder in Denmark. She is a pure breed Trakehner and has one of the finest selected bloodlines. Milva is the horse I have been looking for in years, truly my soulhorse. I´m greatful every day that she came into my life.
If I´m not in the stable I work as a reg.nurse in Denmark. I discovered Parelli when I lived in Canada for three years and followed the program for a few years. Now I´m going my own way finding inspiration in all kind of Natural Horseman people that are out there.
-Horsemanship is natural -Make no assumptions -Communication is two or more individuals sharing and understanding an idea -The eight responsibilities of a Partnership -The attitude of Justice is effective -Body language is universal -Horses teach riders, riders teach horses -Principles, purpose and time are the tools of teaching
The Eight Responsibilities
There are eight responsibilities in a horse-human relationship: four for the human and four for the horse. The four responsibilites for the Human: -Don´t act like a predator. Become more mentally, emotionally and physically fit. -Have an independent seat. -Think like a horse-man -Use the natural power of focus. The four responsibilities for the horse: -Don´t act like a prey-animal. Become more mentally, emotionally and physically fit. -Don´t change gait. -Don´t change direction. -Look where you are going