Tuesday Trends and Topics #86 – PATH International Trends

What is PATH International, you ask?  PATH stands for Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship.  It began, in 1969, with a focus on mental and physical therapy using horses and horseback riding as the tools.  The organization has since evolved into serving as a resource and offering additional EAAT services, or equine-assisted activities and therapies, including [...]

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Brush Poppers Cowboy Church Fun Show – April 2014

Join Brush Poppers Cowboy Church at Iron Horse Ranch in Wetumpka for this Fun Show, April 26, 2014:

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Monday Matters #86 – PATH International

This week, for Monday Matters, Alabama Horse Talk takes a look at the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH International) and the PATH-accredited centers in Alabama. Luckily, in Alabama, we have several organizations with PATH certification.  Theses centers serve adults and children with disabilities through therapeutic riding activities.  Relying on the healing, therapeutic nature [...]

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1st Annual Harvey Robbins Rodeo Roundup 2014

Join Beverly Robbins and other organizers at this 1st Annual Harvey Robbins Rodeo Roundup in Tuscumbia, Alabama, May 15-17, 2014.  This event is put on in memory of Beverly’s father, Harvey Robbins, who was instrumental in the renovation of the town of Tuscumbia:

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Friday Fun #85 – Fun with Mules!

All week Alabama Horse Talk focused on mules and mulemanship, as well as some of the mule trainers.  Thursday shared tips for training mules and Tuesday brought an Alabama Horse Talk Radio interview with Marc Dixon of Dixon Stables in Athens, who practices natural horsemanship and balanced mulemanship. One thing I learned this week is [...]

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Thursday Tips and Trivia #100 – Mule Training Tips

Mule Training Tips – Pulling on a mule may make him pull just as hard or harder on you. Give a mule time to think and respond. Realize mules are very intelligent and cannot necessarily be forced to do as you ask.  They have to want to. Reward progress.  Give a reason to move or [...]

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