Understanding THE problem behind all other problems with your horse
Like us, horses are born with few fears.
For example, we humans are born with only two innate fears: the fear of falling and the fear of loud sounds.
A 1960 study evaluated depth perception among 6-14 month-old infants and young animals.
Researchers placed the subjects on a platform that had plexiglass beyond its edge.
They wanted to see how many of them would actually step over the "visual cliff."
Most of the subjects - both children and animals - didn't step out onto the plexiglass.
The fear of falling is a universal instinct necessary for survival (even for your horse).
And when you hear loud sounds you'll more than likely react with a fight or flight type response.
It's called "your acoustic startle reflex" according to Seth Norrholm, a translational neuro-scientist at Emory University.
If a sound is loud enough you will automatically duck your head.
It's a response we have that signals something dangerous may be around the corner.
So if we are only born with 2 innate fears, where do all the others come from?
And what does this have to do with you and your horse?
As we mentioned above, horses are born pure and innocent with very few fears and only a few innate behavior patterns.
How a horse (or you or I) react later in life is a learned behavior based on experience and emotion.
Hold that thought in your head for a moment as I’m going to return to it but first...
Do any of the following describe you?
If you said “YES” to any of these, then I want to tell you that you are MUCH closer than you think to finally succeeding.
So in this report I want to take you behind the Wall...
And share with you the ROOT CAUSE of ALL your issues so you can start to address them.
I am going to lay out for you, courtroom lawyer style, the evidence to identify the real culprit behind these problems...
And more importantly - what you can do about it.
I will reveal it all to you in this report so you can see for yourself.
But before we get to that...
Yes, some of what I am going to tell you will challenge your 'worldview' of horses but...
Thanks to Matthew Inman for the inspiration
Yes, it's okay to stop and to change if you want to.
It's up to you.
So when you're ready, let's go track down the bad guy behind the Wall.
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P.S. I’ve just learnt this so thought I’d share it with you…
Have you come across TL;DR before?
Me neither until a few weeks ago when I asked my husband what it meant after starting to see it regularly...
It stands for Too Long ; Didn’t Read, abbreviated to TL;DR
It's bullet point highlights like this:
I’ll add these to the end of each page of this report to help you :)
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