I just sent a YouTube video of my horse and myself. I did five other videos the same day that you can view from you tube when you go to the link I just sent you. I don'T usually allow him to play so silly but we were having so much fun that I let him go a little extra. Hope to hear back from you.
After having attended your clinics; its funny to see&hear how people make explanations that does not "stick with the truth". The horse in this clip is simply reakting to his (the trainers) bodylanguage....and it has nothing to do with the "eye"!
As I see it now, the trainer is actually teaching the horse to not respond to "natural bodylanguage-communication".....?!
What do you think of it?
(And som how now you also made me write in english ;-)
...OH HI There....there is so much info and ssoo many web sights now...I will have to give up sleeping to check them all.!!! Thank goodness for our coming long winter....Promise I will read and add my thoughts..such as they are ....soon....Have a great weekend !!! : ))
I just visited your website. Wow! I had no idea you were such an accomplished trainer. I probably wouldn't have so boldly sent you my original message had I known (I'm a rather shy person and would've been too intimidated). Your videos appear to be great learning tools, especially when you work with people and their horses and show their progress. I've bookmarked your site, so maybe someday I will order a couple of your videos.
I know what you mean about trainers being really hyped up. That is how I feel about Pat Parelli. He is good at what he does, too, but I am not terribly inspired by him, same as you with Hempfling. There are many similar trainers to Parelli that don't charge nearly as much for their videos and so on.
Do you mind if I ask who inspired you? I love to learn about training.