MONTHLY - October 2011


Motivate and Strengthen the Youth


The foals are the future of the breeding, kids are our all life! The qualities and the human friendly, smart character of the Arab horse are characteristics that will teach the kid many things, for example to tolerate other disposition and creatures. To be with animals teaches respect for nature and life, and the kid learn responsibility and care.

Often we hear complaints that there are not enough young people seen around in the Arab horse scene. So why not actively motivating and help them if they like the Arabian horse.

To groom, condition and train a horse means hard work, and also when riding or just handling them. But this way the young people can find out what they like and want, and they can see that it is not just five minutes of glamour in a show ring. They may experience what it is like
to really work with horses and that it might be a 7-day-job and responsibility, and every day has more work hours than a common office day. In these early stages they can still experience “first hand”, but still away from all professional pressure and demands that for example trainers have, to bring success, win, money or sales. Young people can also experience different direction around the horse and breed that might to develop into various, healthy and true horsemanship!

In the Arab horse community and scene we need young people and a next generation.
Some societies and private organizations already offer seminars and horse days for kids
and young people. As parents, adults or mentors we should carefully lead, supervising and supporting them to follow up their interest by a good base. To join the right people, experts and ‘teachers’, to find out if and what they want, and how they want to continue later on –
if as hobby or even as business.

The motivated young people today might be the tomorrow's owners, breeders, later on maybe trainers and experts, and the next generation to carry on the breeding and show scene. The horse can be a best friend, kids and young people are great partners for them,
as often they spend (and still have) more time with the horses, even maybe have more patience with them than often (over)stressed adults. All efforts to strengthen young people are worthwhile, and the joy to see them growing will pay you back everything invested!


From then .... 7-year-old Angela Dorschner-Filsinger, in love to the horses and making friends...

..... to now
.... as 15-year-old girl, in full passion and love to the Arab horse
- all around, in riding, training and showing!





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