The Right Way vs. The Easy Way


Hi! My name is Casie Bazay. I'm a mom, a freelance writer, and a certified equine acupressure practitioner.

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6 Responses

  1. linda fuerniss says:

    thank you for those kind words of advice. Its seems everyone has an opinion about horses and its very important to take all with a hefty pinch of self reflect. I agree totally that true kindness and patience is a much better way.

  2. Lauren says:

    This is so perfect! We brought home an undhandeled super fearful filly and a severely abused/neglected gelding within a month of each other. Kindness, patience and slowness are the only way we have made the progress we have. I get a lot of comments with the filly about putting a hard 30 days on her to get her ready under saddle but that’s not our timeline and when we get there we’ll get there. I won’t do anything along the way to intentionally break the trust that has been so hard won.

  3. Jackie Steele says:

    My mare is lame and I wanted to simply spend money to fix her lameness but discovered though a wonderful Dr. that it would take a lot of ground work as my girl has stifle issues. The Dr’s recommend Tx was to lunge her daily on the Pessoa. I was frustrated that it wasn’t an easy fix but since I’ve been taking so much time with her on the ground, it has improved our relationship and I have grown to have a better relationship with my sweet girl.

  4. adele says:

    This is a truly amazing story. I have a 19 year old thoroughbred mare, that I am finally seeing some results after four years of ground work with her. There is so much advice that comes out of the wood work with horses, I decided to do my own thing with her, and now she is calm, and less stressed. Thankyou for sharing that with us, as patience is the key to everything. Adele

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