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How do you define 'Natural Horsemanship'?

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        09-09-2009, 08:54 PM
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    Kevinshorses,


    I feel that your statement goes to the core of the original question.

    There have always been and more than likely will always be a soft approach and a hard approach.
    That goes for all of life also.
    Some people are just trying to skate up hill into a blowing wind and fight the whole way and some find easier methods to accomplish the SAME task.

    It is a very personal choice.
         
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