The Eight Principles of Natural Horsemanship

1. Horsemanship is natural
2. Don’t make or teach assumptions
3. Communication is two or more individuals sharing and understanding an idea.
4. Horses and humans have mutual responsibilities.
For the human: 1. Don’t act like a predator. Become more mentally, emotionally and physically fit.
2. Have an independent seat.
3. Think like a horse-man.
4. Use the natural power of focus.
 
For the horse: 1. Don’t act like a prey animal. Become more mentally, emotionally and physically fit.
2. Don’t change gaits.
3. Don’t change direction.
4. Look where you are going.
5. The attitude of justice is effective
6. Body language is universal
7. Horses teach riders, riders teach horses
8. Principle, purpose and time are the tools of teaching

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