Here you will find information related to Natural Horsemanship of which High Performance Barefootedness is just one component. Natural Horsemanship encompasses all aspects of human/horse interaction, from horsekeeping methods to riding techniques.
Alexander Nevzorov - REALLY gets it! ALL of it!
Terry Nowacki Scent Detection Horse
PFM Enterprises, Cyd Birns
Heike Bean Learn Driving from the best!
The Equine Sciences Academy
Michael Bevilacqua -Nevzorov Haute Ecole workshops for 2011 begin in B.C. March 19-20. In planning a Canada-wide tour, Michael Bevilacqua, NHE Senior Representative is looking for various stops along the way in each province.For more info about topics or what the workshops entail please visit www.beyondthedreamhorse.ca
Interested in hosting a workshop? Have questions? Contact Michael at email@example.com
Alternative Horse Magazine
The Horse's Hoof
Natural Horse Magazine
The Trail Less Traveled
Perfect Horse Magazine
However, we also recognized that
domestic-kept horses do not have the vast acreage to roam as do
their wild cousins, nor do they have the keen instincts produced
by wild living. Further, issues of envriomental
degredation on a planetary scale that have affected all
biological oganisms increase the difficulty for domestics to
recognize what their bodies need without some assistance from
caretakers. Therefore, we urge horse owners to educate
themselves on the enviromental impact of chemical toxins and
about the chemical compositions of feed and suppliments we feed
our horses (and ourselves). Learn what those ingredients
on labels really mean and the impact they might have on health.
Find out what can be safely fed free-choice and what
cannot. You would be surprised at how many of the most
widely used and highly acclaimed products contain harmful
fillers and additives.
What's in your feed and supplements? Ever wonder about
all those ingredients (many you can't even pronounce) in your
horse's feed and supplements. Here is a list of
some common ingredients in products fed to our horses. In
researching this list, we have found that often things are in
animal feed "because that's the way it's always been sone"...does
that argumant sound familiar to all you barefooters?
Further, ingredients will be put in products for horses dogs and
cats that would not be allowed in animals intended for human
consumption. Why? With the changing and increasingly
stressed environment, our horses have enough to deal with than to
add to the situation by feeding products with unnecessary and
potentially harmful ingredients.
Be an educated consumer on behalf of your horse...LEARN TO READ THE LABELS!
Please note: this list is evolving and will be continuously updated. if you have a product with an ingredient not listed here, send an email to Tribe Equus and we'll do our best to research and post it.