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    07-24-2009, 06:21 PM
Horse Whisperers. ???

When I was competition sunday there was this free horse whisperer thing there so I thought why not have a go. Anyways the lady came up and I didnt tell her anything about me or the horse.
The first thing she said was. ' Apache has a dream, a dream she can fly and she can have wings.'
Then I asked her to tell me about her past. She said she has a scare on her back leg and was like how did she do it. Andshe said she was caught up in loads of wire from being tevered and some snotty young stuck up kid found her. Then apperently patch said thanks for asking ?
Then she said apache likes living out with all her horsey friends and
She hate being in closed spaces. Then she said that apache loves being cleaned and she has never been so clean in her life.
Then the horse whisperer said to me, what else do you want to ask her and I was like, ermmmm, instead of asking jher to slow down can you tell her to slow down and she said ohhh noo no no she wouldnt do that she thinks she can fly..

Now.. a part of me thinks she is making this up and another part of me don't, for starters how does she no she's called apache without me telling her. How does she know that she loves being out and and has never been so clean in her life which is true before I got her she was a dirt bag now I have her I groom the dalights out of herr, lols...

Tell me waht you think and all off your or frineds exsperiences.
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    07-24-2009, 06:23 PM
Another one of my friends had her out for her horse on the same day and she knew that's name as well.
She said the girl don't have no feelings for the horse and she hates it. (which is true)
She said that geogre(the horse) hates being owned by so many diferent people, which is ture becuase latly she has sold him and he has came back and thensomeone loaned him then she rieds him and then someone else loans him and so on.

I really wnat to know od they make this up or not.
    07-24-2009, 06:25 PM
And another one of my friends had it done on the same day again, and she is horrible to her horse she never see's it, never does it.

She said this horse is upset, and she was like whyyy, the horse whisperer said, the horse wants you to ride it no one else, he loves you.

I thought that's well wellcute, how does the horse whisper know that she don't ride him

So many great exsperiences as soon as I remember them I will let you know, I get so carryed away...
    07-29-2009, 03:46 PM
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    07-30-2009, 07:17 AM
Kinda sounds made up to me.

Everything she said is very generic - no horse wants to be in small spaces, they all like to be with their horse friends, none want a ton of people owning them, they all want to fly. LOL
    07-30-2009, 12:29 PM
Green Broke
^ I agree with that! However. My trainer told me once, when she was younger one of her friends horses ( a hunter/jumper) always jumped over the pasture fence and got out. They tried EVERYTHING I guess to get the horse to stay in the pasture. Nothing worked. So I guess someone told them, 'hey, call a horse whisperer' and they gave it a shot, but did NOT tell the horse whisperer that the horse jumped out all the time. They just told the horse whisperer that the horse had a problem that needed to be fixed. And the horse whisperer talked to the horse or whatever and she said that the horse told her he wanted to explore the property more, so he always jumps out because he is curious. The horse whisperer then told the owners to walk the horse around the property, and tell him that he can't jump out anymore, and to show him around so he wouldnt always wonder ' what was on the other side of the fence '. Well they did that and he never once jumped out again.......

I don't know. Its weird, yes. But how did she know what his 'problem' was? Lol
    07-30-2009, 01:15 PM
I have to agree with Kim. It doesn't sound like to me that she mentioned anything that couldn't be learned by just general observation. However, if she is not charging you I don't see the harm in it.
    07-30-2009, 01:37 PM
Animal communicators, horse whisperers, whatever you want to call them, if they're any good at all, have to be really familiar with horses and people both, so they can get cues just from observing you. You might not be aware of how much a really perceptive person can pick up just by noticing details about you, how you dress, where you are, how you present yourself.
AND as someone else pointed out, a lot of what is true about your horse is true for any horse or most horses.
I think they are primarily animal behaviorists with excellent observational and marketing skills, myself. Read Sherlock Holmes sometime for an education in how telling the tiniest, most insignificant detail can be.
    07-30-2009, 07:01 PM
I'm kind of in between as well. Before my trainer had even thought of making a living by training horses she bought a gorgeous bay Arabian show horse that lived on her property. Anyways apparently after being away for a week she returned home from some sort of convention and the mare was gone, and no one had seen her. My trainer did everything she could to find the mare but she was beginning to grow hopeless. Finally a friend told her to call a 'Horse Whisperer' that lived three hours away. My trainer did. She only told the woman the mare's name and color. The horse whisperer said that she was picturing a big area surrounded by yellow cars. My trainer asked if she was talking about taxi cabs, and she said no. The lady also said that she could see a field of giant oak trees. (There is an elementary school down the road from my stable with yellow school buses and a field of oak trees behind it). The horse whisperer told my trainer to go there, and to wait underneath the tree closest to the end of the field. She said to start calling the mare's name, and to clap her hands loudly. My trainer went to the school and stood under the oak tree. She called the mare's name and clapped her hands. Ten minutes later the mare trotted through the field toward her without so much as a scratch.
    07-31-2009, 05:24 PM
Its weird isnt it, another one of my mates had it done over the phone and the horse was eating its hay and the owner of the horse told the horse whisper 'my horse wont came over to the phone, its eating its hay' the horse whiser said don't be so silly. Horse, come over to the phone right now I need to have a word with you and the horse went to the phone and put its head right next to the phone. The horse whiserer then said now relax close your eys and relaxe. The horse then rested on 3 legs and closeds its eyes.

So weird

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