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What do horses want to change about their owners? - Trisha Wren

I recently asked on my Facebook page, “What do you think most horses would want to change about their owners?”

Quite a range of suggestions were shared, which came down to a list of 19 ‘improvements’ owners could make – or, changes we think that horses would like us to make. (Bear in mind when looking at the list that the sort of people that follow my page are most likely already pretty aware and sensitive!)

Since I have a bit of an inside track as an Animal Communicator, I put the 19 suggestions into chart form, then used my pendulum to tune in to the Horse Collective and rank them, from most important down.

What do horses want to change about their owners

Here they are from 1 to 19 – the things that horses most want to change in their owners:

  1. Communication
  2. Empathy
  3. Patience
  4. Listening
  5. Politeness
  6. Slow down
  7. Kindness
  8. Expectations
  9. Sensitivity
  10. Playtime
  11. Feel
  12. Authenticity
  13. Trustworthy
  14. Understanding
  15. Respect
  16. Being present / grounded
  17. Hands
  18. Reward
  19. Consistency

I thought the results were interesting – for instance, that ‘respect‘ only ranks at number 15, but also that Consistency is at number 19. The top 9 are really more about us being nicer, paying more attention, and going slower.

Are they what you expected? Let me know in the comments.

How are you doing with these things? What would your horse most want to change about their owner – you?

If you’d like me to check you with my pendulum, just drop me a line here with your horse’s photo and name. I’ll give you a score from 1-21 – #20 is ‘none’ (ie no changes needed), and #21 is ‘other’ (ie something not in the list).

Keep connecting with your horses,

Trisha x

Using Pendulums With Pets

If you’d like to learn how to use a pendulum to ask your own horse questions, check out my Pendulum Workshop.

About Trisha

Trisha Wren has been an equine professional for most of her adult life.  She rode, competed, and taught Western Riding for 15 years in Scotland, then horse and rider bio-mechanics in New Zealand and Australia for 10 years.  She’s been a full time horse communicator and healer since April 2016. Find out more about Trisha here and sign up for her self paced Animal Communication course here.