Horse Sense posted a blog recently we liked. The writer was trying to explain how “horse sense” is acquired from others who teach us, listening, and paying attention to your horse. It appeared to be posted in response to a comment someone made, but was said kindly. The main point is no one can lay claim to a body of knowledge that has passed down over many generations. Horsemen have debated and discussed proper training techniques for as long as horses have been ridden. No one knows it all and certainly no one can take credit for having come up with it. Knowledge of horses and good horsemanship is acquired over a lifetime and never in a vacuum. We all learn from others who know more than we do.
Horse Sense; No One Owns It