I was dreaming about the feeling of walking through the city in summertime with WIXIW and white rolled-up sleeves.
as you entered the big hallway you shuddered in disbelief. every single photo taken of you was present in this room. every photo. even those where you appeared randomly in the crowd or were a passerby. you were beautiful in every single one of them.
Anonymous asked: I'm oddly in love with you!
That’s a very big declaration to make, Anon! (You can message me at any time to talk about it, y’know.)
Equine education has been clouded by the use of anthropomorphic terminology in describing horse behaviour and the implication that the horse has some moral culpability in its training, as well as by the use of unhelpful terms such as ‘natural’ and ‘unnatural’ ‘aids’. Additionally, contemporary horse-training dogma provides many obstacles to effective equine learning, such as training too many responses simultaneously with consequent overshadowing of one signal by another (Lieberman, 1990). Complicating the training process is a traditionalist theory that horse riding is an art that should not be subjected to scientific mechanisms, leading to confusion surrounding the terminology used in training horses and riders.
written by The advent of equitation science (via heartofhorselords)