The horse saved my life, so that's kind of why I'll spend the rest of mine trying to help them.
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The horse is a great equalizer, he doesn't care how good looking you are, or how rich you are or how powerful you are-- he takes you for how you make him feel.
Horses are incredibly forgiving. They fill in places we're not capable of filling ourselves.
I’ve always wanted to do the right thing by a horse, that’s never changed, its just that as my knowledge grew I’ve been able to offer the horse a better human being, as time has gone on.
There are things that the horse did for me that a human couldn't have done.
Whether it's horses or whatever it is you do, it doesn't become an art until your soul goes into what you do.
It is all about the quality of the communication, not the quantity.
When you find that the horse is compelled and interested in you, something in you changes. That can be healing or move you deeply.
You try to do as little as you can, but you need to do as much as is necessary to get a result. When you get a result, you do less.
The horse can just be a great vehicle for some people to overcome things in their life that they might not be able to overcome otherwise.
That absolute pure honesty of the horse, man that's just the greatest thing there is
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