Skip Ewing worked with student Lesley Saylor and her horse Blaze. Ewing advocates "natural horsemanship," in which the trainer develops a rapport with the horse rather than forcing obedience.
Skip Ewing worked with student Lesley Saylor and her horse Blaze. Ewing advocates "natural horsemanship," in which the trainer develops a rapport with the horse rather than forcing obedience. Herald-Leader
Skip Ewing worked with student Lesley Saylor and her horse Blaze. Ewing advocates "natural horsemanship," in which the trainer develops a rapport with the horse rather than forcing obedience. Herald-Leader

Trainer gains natural rapport with horses

April 30, 2013 06:14 PM

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