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        06-29-2010, 01:31 AM
      #11
    Foal
    I used to not believe it at all!! Until a friend of mine who was having troubles with her horse got one. The lady came and she was really calm but she was a spunky person at the same time!! She was nice and spoke out loud to the horse. She worked a miracle! That horse was 16 y.o. And bucked like a 3 y.o., that lady told the girl about his past and how he hates leg cues and a lot of stuff that just fixed them amazingly! But then I again I have my doubts about them. I think everyone has their own opinion! Good Luck!! :)
         
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        06-29-2010, 01:35 AM
      #12
    Yearling
    I'm as skeptical as they come.

    The most I'm willing to concede is that some people are sort of empathic and can read body language really well and, when interacting with a horse and seeing it interact with people/it's surroundings can draw pretty good conclusions that may be useful for the owner.

    There is an "animal communicator/psychic" that some people I know use who doesn't even meet the horse but will do a "reading" based off a photograph -- or not EVEN a photograph but she says she prefers one. I'm sorry but that just seems very ridiculous to me.

    I'd be curious to have someone come out and do a reading but there are just an endless amount of things better to waste my money on. XD
         
        06-29-2010, 06:19 PM
      #13
    Weanling
    Im a little skeptical, however...I heard a story once about an older man with a horse that would sweat like unreal everytime he hauled him. He would get anxious and nervous about loading, but still would load for him. When he got to his location, the horse was just all out of sorts. This happened out of the blue and the guy just couldnt figure it out. He called an animal communicator and she told him the horse is afraid of being in the trailer due to a loose floor board...sure enough, he pulled the mats up and needed to do some repairs!
         

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