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MRH Welcomes to the Team . . . —

July 1, 2013

MRH is proud to welcome Emma Wynne-Jones as the newest member of the MRH Team. Emma joins us from the United Kingdom having traveled to the United States to further engage her interest in horsemanship and pursue this study under the tutelage of Emily Johnson. Be sure to say hello and give Emma a welcome the next time you see her around the barn.


Meet and Greet with Emma

MRH is proud to have had Emma Wynne-Jones join us as the newest member of the MRH Team. Emma joins us from the United Kingdom having traveled to the United States to further engage her interest in horsemanship. Please enjoy getting to know Emma further below:

Please tell us a little about your love of horse?
I must have watched National Velvet hundreds of times as a kid, every Sunday I would watch the video at my grandparents house after lunch on their big bed and cry every time!! When I began teaching children with emotional, social and behavioral difficulties, the wife of a Permaculture teacher of mine introduced me to her herd and the world of natural horsemanship. I knew it was just a matter of time before I would actively pursue the language of Horse.

How did you find your way to MRH?
I was looking for a horsemanship instructor with integrity and intelligence, and I kept being drawn back to MRH website!

What are your goals in your horsemanship study?
I would like to make a longride (at least 1000 miles), and I would like to be a useful hand on a working ranch that sustainably stewards the land (especially grasslands with cattle or/and other herds of hoofed animals).

Where do you see yourself in 5 years with horses?
Living sustainably (or towards this goal) on a working ranch, learning and teaching the language of self-relations - the living synergistic dance of health, freedom and harmony, with self and other - inter-human and inter-species.


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