Wednesday November 6, 2019

Do you still go to England to visit and work with the Queen’s horses?


Yes, in fact, England is on my current schedule for two months of every year. While I tour the country to do demonstrations, each visit will include at least one stop involving Her Majesty and the horses of the royal family. So far I have made something close to thirty-five trips involving the Queen and the Queen’s horses.

However, these are directed more at the people involved in training horses for the Royal Family than for the horses themselves. Her Majesty continues to be vitally interested in my getting my message to as many horsepeople as possible, and certainly this includes those who train and care for the royal stables.

Her Majesty’s interests include an incredibly wide range of horses and disciplines. There are those horses that are kept for personal rides virtually daily, as well as those that race. The native ponies of Scotland have become very popular with the Royal Family, and many of these ponies have been seen winning championships at major English horse shows for decades now.

November 16, 2019:  Demo in Poland
November 17, 2019:  Demo in Poland
December 2 to 4, 2019:  Introductory Course Module 02: Join-Up
December 5 to 7, 2019:  Introductory Course Module 03: Long Lining
December 13 to 15, 2019:  Horse Sense and Healing
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Test yourself each week as I challenge you to answer the question below. I mean this. Sit down and write an answer. Don't wait for my answer next week. If you have been reading my Weekly Questions and Answers for the last six months, you should be in a position to do this. Send your answer to my team at:  
Why should you bother? Because it will help you focus. There is probably a comparable question in your life that needs answering... or will be. If you can gain insight into how to go about answering a practical question that is loosely related to your problem, this exercise will help you answer your nagging question. Then read my answer. I want all of my students to learn to be better trainers than me.That's good for you and good for horses! 
~ Monty 

What do you do with a horse that repeatedly runs to the gate?

Priscilla Presley will be sharing stories of Elvis and how they celebrated the holidays at Graceland and how he bought her first horse Domino as a present. Her passion for horses started before meeting Elvis but grew with his love - and extensive collection - of Tennessee Walking Horses. Now she is an advocate for the voiceless Tennessee Walking Horse. 
Horsemanship Radio and the Horse Radio Network are pleased to announce the 5th Annual Live 12 Hour Holiday Radio Event: the "HRN Holiday Radiothon," airing Monday, December 2, from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm Eastern. 

Monty at Windsor & India’s Horsemanship
We catch up with Monty at Windsor Castle after his latest meeting with The Queen of England where he demonstrated how horses help veterans in his Horse Sense & Healing program.

Also, we meet Manjeev Chaudhary who is in the United States studying to be certified in Monty’s Join-Up concepts. A polo player, he is excited to take these concepts back to India as its first instructor of gentle horse training.

Save the dates!
June 21 to 23, 2020, with Monty Roberts and Temple Grandin

The fourth week in June 2020 is being held for the third annual event that centers on the qualities of horses to teach us how to lower stress and build trust at Monty Roberts’ Flag Is Up Farms, in Solvang, California.
Dr. Temple Grandin , professor of animal science at Colorado State University, consultant to the livestock industry on animal behavior, and autism spokesperson is one of the first individuals on the autism spectrum to publicly share insights from her personal experience of autism and its relation to animals. Dr. Grandin will discuss autism, the flight animal and its advantage in working with horses. Whether you are a member of the autism community or horse community, you will find Temple’s presentation unforgettable.
“Autism helped me understand animals because I think in pictures. Since animals do not have language, their memories have to be sensory-based instead of word-based, ” said Dr. Temple Grandin.