Category archives for: Equine Therapy

Review: Buck


Dressage horses working cattle. Blindfolded trick riders not old enough for kindergarten. A man attacked, face ripped open by a predator horse. Horses are a reflection of our human selves. A mirror. A tool in life coaching whether we want it or not. I had previously felt little empathy for Buck Brannaman as he humbly […]

CalNET Show Lets Disabled Riders Display Their Skills

CalNet Horse Show

In a world that tends to define them by what they cannot do, children, youth and adults with disabilities are often hard-pressed to find activities that allow them to demonstrate their abilities and have fun as well. Therapeutic horseback riding is one such outlet. Long established as a beneficial aid to those with physical, cognitive […]

Tal Bachman’s Horse of a Lifetime


I had no idea where the impulse had come from. If you’d met me 10 years ago, you wouldn’t have guessed that buying a horse would lead to one of the greatest experiences of my life. Between my career as a recording artist and my life offstage as a husband and father of seven, it […]

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