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"Miss you and the heard. Still dream about you all. I hope to see you again. Smiles, Lisa"
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We Are All One

Video showcase of photos from the E.A.R.T.H. Program workshops at Gateway 2 Ranch. Visit http://www.equinisity.com for more information.
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We Are All One

Video showcase of photos from the E.A.R.T.H. Program workshops at Gateway 2 Ranch. Visit http://www.equinisity.com for more information.
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A Bit About Me and my Horse(s)
My mission is for animals to be recognized as spiritual equals. I have channeled 4 books , winning 9 IP awards,co-authored by the animals, and facilitate E.A.R.T.H. workshops (Equine Assisted Re-connective Therapy and Healing) with my herd of 16 horses that run free on 320 acre Gateway 2 Ranch in BC.
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16 horses, one steer, 2 cats, 4 dogs, one mouse at present.

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Barefoot and Bridle-less



I feel strongly about this topic as I have a herd of fourteen warmbloods that have lived without bits and shoes. They are as God made them, living on 320 acres, of meadows, hills and rocky terrain,…

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Posted on May 5, 2010 at 2:13pm

ONE WITH THE HERD - A SPIRITUAL JOURNEY

I just joined a few days ago. I live with my herd of 16 horses and one steer in the interior grasslands of BC. I moved from Gibsons over ten years ago because I was

led to follow my hearts desire and move my animals to a place where

they could have the freedom of a wild herd. We live on 320 acres of

forests, hills and meadows, pristine land that fills me with joy and

new discovery even ten years later. Living in seclusion from the…

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Posted on February 28, 2010 at 1:52pm

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At 8:11pm on March 28, 2011, Lisa Rodriguez-Clement said…
Miss you and the heard. Still dream about you all. I hope to see you again. Smiles, Lisa
At 11:11am on May 27, 2010, Barnmice Admin said…
Liz, your photos are a joy!
At 9:01pm on March 4, 2010, Jamie at Bit Blanket said…
Your pictures are awesome! I can't wait to watch your video and check out your website.
At 12:22pm on February 22, 2010, Nicole Salo said…
Totally love your pics :D
At 5:45pm on February 18, 2010, Holly Anne Thompson said…
hey cool pics!!!!!! have you been whatching the olympics
At 8:30pm on February 17, 2010, liz Mitten Ryan said…
I always have treats when i ask my horses to play -just like asking your friend to come over for tea and cookies... animals best reward is food. I don't let them get pushy, but teach them to be gentle and wait until I give it. A good way to treat is to ask them to whoa and then treat, back, and then treat etc. -then they learn whoa is a good thing to do as well. Prima, the big dark bay I'm riding in the video, will gallop in the hills and the minute I ask whoa she skreeches to a stop and flips her head around looking for her reward. Works like a charm!
At 7:07pm on February 17, 2010, Jenna Merkley said…
I love that video "one with the herd"! That is just like the stuff I want to be able to do with my horse. My horse loves me but she would much rather walk away from me if I tried to do any of that stuff with her, then follow me. But I have been getting her to follow me after I finish riding her. So I guess we are improving =)
At 6:05pm on February 17, 2010, Holly Brown said…
I love your pictures !
 
 
 
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