Most of us on this forum know how horses can fill a gap in a human’s life and each of us chooses to own a horse for ‘personal’ reasons. We don’t pay out significant sums of money on a weekly basis nor do we allocate hours from every day for no personal benefit. We humans seek amongst other ‘rewards’: companionship, need, perceived affection, achievement , adrenaline, etc, etc.
But if we humans are to further consider exactly what might be available to us, then first we have to acknowledge that the brain of a horse allows a greater degree of intelligence than many of us are prepared to consider.
Claire has declared her agenda . I repeat my earlier question, how can we work with her whilst she looks at the human’s perspective and we look at the subject from the horse’s perspective?
If you get my drift.