Elsa Sinclair is a human that I have looked up to for a very long time. In the horse world, she is a rare light who explores a way of partnering together with horses that is seldom explored and practiced; one that is rooted entirely in freedom.
When I consider my own life and horsing adventures, I know that I am traversing a time where our consciousness of our relationships with our horses is undergoing a seismic shift. Whilst the majority may still work and ride with the traditional methods we have always known, there is a groundswell of others who are seeking something more. And beyond that, are starting to ask themselves the question, is what we’re doing here really ok? Is how we are approaching our horsemanship and riding of true benefit to our horses?
Diving into Elsa’s work gives you real possibilities when it comes to finding those answers. And as with any new learnings, it’s a process that involves unpicking and discarding some of your current beliefs or ways of going about things in order to make room for some new, that is as much about the human as it is about the horse.
In this episode we discuss:
- The different forms of leadership; what it means to be a passive and supportive leader and a dominant leader
- My takeways from my 4 day clinic with Elsa
- How we can work in a way where the horse trains themselves to be a better partner
- What’s required for emotional stability in our horses
You can learn more about Elsa on her website Taming Wild
I hope you enjoy it! Let us know what you think!