Nadja Mueller
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A Bit About Me and my Horse(s)
I am a student of natural horsemanship and I blog about my experiences and the lessons horses have taught me on www.beingwithorses.blogspot.de (English) and on www.pferdeverstehen.blogspot.de (German)
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How to (not) desensitize your horse

A few days ago during a lesson. We had a bag attached to the stick and were waving it in front of the horse's nose and to her shoulder. The owner pondered: "Sometimes I have the impression that she doesn't respect the whip anymore". 



And this is why today's post is about sensitizing and desensitizing (and the mistakes we tend to make).…

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Posted on July 17, 2015 at 10:45am

How to make friends with a horse

How to make friends with a horse?



"Give him what he needs and he will give you what you want“



I think the quote is by Pat Parelli and it sums up what I think is the basis for a good relationship with our horse: the change of perspective.

In order for the relationship to thrive, we need to put our horse‘s needs…

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Posted on May 29, 2015 at 12:30pm

A Horse's Mouth

Half an inch can make a big difference: between tension and relaxation, between anger and wellbeing, between confusion and clearness. I am talking about this half inch in length of my project horse's lower lip



He is a rather calm horse and not too expressive in his communication. Meaning no big gestures, no sudden changes. So I have to look closely if I want to know where he is at. And his nose and muzzle are tell-tale…
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Posted on May 1, 2015 at 4:00am

Does Your Equipment Help Your Horse's Education?

This is what happened to me last year: I led the frisian and one of his buddies through the village to the pasture. The frisian wasn‘t too keen on it and dragging along, the other one excited to finally get access to gras. Still, he looked right and left along the way hoping for some snacks. He was walking freshly next to me on a loose rope but within seconds he turned away from me and dragged me along some steps to an apple tree and some rotten fruits on the…
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Posted on April 2, 2015 at 6:30am

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