Horse Psychology - Instincts of a horse - the nose





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Uploaded on Feb 5, 2011

Horses use there nose first in making contact.
They have three ways of smelling, one is far away so they can find water. The second one is close, they sniff at things and others and the third one is when the curl the upper lip and smell really deep. Thats how the activate the organ of Jacobson, they also have that. Just like a snake uses its tongue.
Nicole shows you a way in how to connect with your (young) horse by the simple rules of Mother Nature. Using the instinct to be connected.

Every horse is different, it is us who think they are all the same.

The grey horse is raised in a group of young horses until the age of 3 years old. The he was one year at our place and then we went to KLaus Hempfling in Denmark. After that I send him to Spain to let him be schooled in the Spanish riding, the Doma Vaquera. They did a great job and now he is almost mature.

This is the same horse 3 years later: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejXo1n...


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