In general, zebras are not easy to train, because they are:
▪️ Easily agitated
▪️ Panicing under pressure
▪️ Bad tempered
▪️ Aggressive and attacking people
While attempts at domestication have failed, some people have had some success training a zebras...
But even they say:
"Some days it's like he's been okay for 30 years and other days he acts like he's never seen a human being"....
Now, it could be that you recognize your own horse in these descriptions...
Well, you're not the only one having a horse that acts like a zebra!
But there's hope for you and your 'zebra' type of horse!
Simply said, you need to take two steps:
1. First, stop defending yourself, instead, value his extreme opinon about any situation, and do some self-reflection on your training approach: are you doing things too much, too long, too often, unexpected, sudden? Of are you having a negative spiral of bad habits with your horse?
2. Second, break the pattern, change your appoach and convince your horse to not go into the old habit anymore. Just let him know that there's an empowering alternative for his behavior which lead to comfort and relaxation.
Then join the Mastery Entry Course, because this is what the course will help you with:
✔️ It's gives you insights and tips on how to transform your obstinate and hardheaded 'zebra' back into a cooperative horse and loyal horse.
✔️ You'll master empowering communication strategies that will help you to get an amazing partnership with your horse, where you'll have fun together.
So if you have a 'zebra' type of horse, I really think these videos are helpful!