Mon, 2 February 2015
This is a two part series. Part 1: Monty Roberts is known as the man who listens to horses. He has led an extraordinary life as an internationally recognized, award-winning trainer and rider of championship horses. In 1948 at the age of thirteen he discovered a way that horses communicate to one another. He became convinced that what he saw that day would change how people treated, trained and communicated with horses. Part 1 is about Monty's consistent message of non-violence and the journey he has taken to share this message with others and the hardships, obstacles and uphill battle he continues to experience even today. In 1996 he was invited to Windsor Castle to meet with the Queen of England who was curious from the beginning about what Monty Roberts was teaching and ultimately convinced him to write one of his first best selling books that sold over 5 million copies. That book was "The Man Who Listens to Horses." Please join us and find out it's about way more than good horse sense. It's good people sense.