3. Leave an allowance for your horse to give notice.
He might try to tell you to slow down by acting when you are not satisfied with your usual protein. You can also get angry if you spend a long time being obsessed with details they find useless or boring.
For example, First cooperates in brushing the buttocks and cleaning the eyes of any debris, but prefers not to rub, pat or brush the face. When she finally realized that she didn’t like touching her face, she respected her personal space and kept that time to a minimum.
The grooming became more relaxed and became more impatient when she realized that she preferred a scratch on the neck to her scrub between the eyes. Other horses like to touch their faces, but our relationship has grown stronger since I learned to listen to its notes.
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