Horse tied to chair
Knowing when, where and how to tie horses is a critical—and far too often overlooked—element of horsemanship that affects everyone who handles an equine partner. When and where to tie a horse is a hard enough concept for adults to understand, making it even more important to teach kids early and often to give them the safest start possible in their equine endeavors. Here's Why. You've got to stop and think: When you tie a horse, what's the absolutely worst case scenario?
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Sure, they will try to break free, but soon learn they are unable to. This animal could at any time break free from its bond, but because the horse believed it could not, it was stuck right there… conditioned to do the same thing each day believing there was no other alternative.
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They believe the rope can still hold them, so they never try to break free again. All Rights Reserved Tweet Pin It. : [ protected].
He saw what looked to be the owner nearby and asked why this animal just stood there and made no attempt to get away. Disclaimer Content including images are copyright to their respectful owners.
The man was amazed. As a man was passing through a small outback town, a sole horse, caught his eye. It was obvious that the horse could, at anytime, break away from its bond but for some reason, it did not.
He stopped momentarily and was puzzled by the fact that this powerful creature was being held by only a small rope loosely tied to a small chair. No fences, no chains, no barn gates. All shared content must be given proper notoriety of the rightful owners including direct links. For enquires, please contact Administration.
The man continued on his way and reflected on how many of us are just like that helpless horse. What once held us back is a stepping stone to setting us free. Many of us go through life hanging onto a belief that we cannot do something, simply because we failed at it once before or we are led to believe what once held us back, will always hold us back.
As they grow up, they are conditioned to believe they cannot break away. Get our e-Guide, Free!
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Having been a horsewoman most of my life, I can state that one of the cardinal rules is never tie a horse to something that could move.