GIRLS AT PLAY - POTENTIAL SCHOOLING LEVEL HUNTER/DRESSAGE
'Girlie' is a 7 year old, bay off the track thoroughbred mare. She is a nice mover and would make a nice schooling level hunter or dressage horse. She is kind, but insecure and needs to build trust with a special person who will bring her along with patience and empathy. Ã¢â¬" at Whispering Hearts Horse Rescue.
OUR MANDATE AT WHISPERING HEARTS HORSE RESCUE is to:
. provide care and rehabilitation to abused and neglected horses
. assist members of the community that can no longer care for their horses
. prevent innocent animals being subjected to auctions and slaughter.
Whispering Hearts Horse Rescue is privately funded by the efforts of the owners, and kind
donations of like minded animal lovers.
Since being established in 2007, WHHR has saved over 150 horses in need. We are proud to
say that many of these have now been adopted into permanent loving homes as a result of our efforts and dedication to our cause.
For more information on Girls At Play or to see the other horses available for adoption, please contact WHHR through their website http://www.whhrescue.com
Company / Facility:
Confident Horsemanship -
Anne Gage works with you and your horse as partners not as individuals. This is how she has helped many adult riders and their horses build their confidence, trust and respect - in themselves and each other.
Anne will help you to understand why your horse behaves the way he does - what stresses him out and what calms him down.
Youâll get rid of unwanted behaviours - big ones like biting, spooking, bucking, bolting, rearing; and annoying ones like difficult to catch, pulling, rooting, rushing, difficult to lead or steer, refusing to go forward, falling on the forehand, problems with lunging or cantering, etc.
Youâll learn not only how to read and interpret your horseâs most subtle body language, but also how he reads yours. Youâll have a real two- way conversation with more understanding between you and your horse.
Confident Horsemanship with Anne Gage - Put you and your horse in good hands.