Why is the horse so special?
The relationship between people and horses is very long and extends throughout history.
The horse served the man as a beast of labor and today even though technology is still an auxiliary force.
In addition, there is the pleasure people get from riding and of course there is the sporty subject like horse racing.
But the horses are much more than that….
Winston Churchill said: "There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man."
In 1875, the French physician Cassienne published a study on the advantages of riding therapy and noted that cycling contributed to the healing of various conditions of neural disorders.
Very memorable, Liz Hartley who contracted polio and was paralyzed waist down and yet continued to ride and won the silver medal
So today they understand that horses can be used in a wide variety of treatments.
There is evidence that horse riding helped to treat women who had breast cancer.
Treatment with youth at risk is also often assisted by the therapeutic riding method
Since the horses are strong and powerful animals, it is possible to cultivate skills and sensitivities, to strengthen abilities, and to build emotional maturity.
In conclusion, horses help greatly in the development of man and the connection between him and the person woven throughout history
So next time you see a horse - Admire it