Whinny Tales: Horse Stories, Pony Legends and Unicorn Yarns

Whinny Tales: Horse Stories, Pony Legends and Unicorn Yarns

Whinny Tales, hosted by Julianne Neal, is the official podcast of Nature's View and The Marley Project, a 501(c)(3) dedicated to equine awareness and education. Featuring the work of Bruce Anderson, horse trainer and clinician known for his work with horses and people throughout the US, Canada and the West Indies, the podcast touches on aspects of Nature's View training and the ways that they relate to a variety of situations. This weekly podcast also includes interviews with many of the people involved with Anderson and Neal's work with the EQUUS Film Festival, the Wild Horses of Abaco Project and the ABC Project. From horse stories and pony tales to unicorn yarns and more, tune in every week to learn more about Natural HumanshipTM and the many ways that horses are more important now than ever before. ... Show More

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Bruce and Julianne speak with Milanne Rehor from Arkwild about the Wild Horses of Abaco Project and the storm devastation in the Bahamas. Bruce spent time over a period of two years working with Nunki, the last mare of the Abaco breed. Since she was in fact still wild, he was called in to help Mimi work with her on the stressful aspects of collecting eggs for future breeding and insemination. From handling during vet exams to st... Read more

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Bruce speaks with Diana De Rosa, veteran equestrian journalist, during the EQUUS Film and Arts Fest at the Kentucky Horse Park. Bruce and Diana have had several interviews and panel discussions over the years to explain Bruce's system of Natural Humanship. 

For more information about Natural Humanship and Bruce's work, visit naturesview.us.

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December 21, 2019 42 min

Bruce and Julianne discuss the EQUUS Film Festival's move to the Kentucky Horse Park on December 5-8. From film to art and literature, this year's festival was a salute to the Power of the Horse! Bruce and Julianne discuss some of their favorite films and the people they've met along the way, including Matt Manroe of the Mustang Heritage Foundation, Karl Lindstrom of The All Glory Project and Neta Rhyne of Thundering... Read more

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December 1, 2019 24 min

Bruce and Julianne discuss the early days of Nature's View and how Bruce started the business. They also go into a little of the mission behind their non-profit, the Marley Project and some of the work that they are doing in the arts. They finish the episode by previewing the EQUUS Film Festival's move to the Kentucky Horse Park on December 5-8. The next three episodes will air from the festival, so stay tuned! 


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One of the reasons people come to a Nature's View workshop is to work on their mental tools through self reflection and awareness. A great way of starting the round pen work during a session is an activity we call "Finding the Middle." Through this activity, Bruce walks a participant through a series of steps that demonstrate state of mind before actually working with a horse. Tune in to hear Bruce's process of i... Read more

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Roslyn Moore is a long-time client of Nature's View and round pen participant. Roslyn's work in massage therapy, as well as alternative methods of heath and wellness make her an ideal collaborator in sharing the work. She is also the owner of Clear Day Spa located in Camden, South Carolina. She serves on the board of directors of The Marley Project, a non-profit 501(c)(3) dedicated to equine awareness and education throu... Read more

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One of the things that stumps a horse owner the most can be trailer loading...especially on a horse show day or other significant event. Tune in to hear Bruce's thoughts on the "lead up" to a big event and how to prepare in advance. 

For more on trailer loading and other Nature's View training information, visit our website, www.naturesview.us. For a specific trailer loading session at work, visit the ... Read more

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Sarah Tash is a long-time rider and trainer currently located in Camden, South Carolina. She is also one of the members of the Nature's View team. When Bruce finishes the foundation work on a training horse, it is a real benefit to have options for continuing the methods with a rider who supports and continues the program. Between Patricio "Chile" Guarda and Sarah Tash, there are a number of different ways of buildin... Read more

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Bruce and Julianne have had a wonderful time for the past 4 years being a part of the EQUUS Film Festival. From sharing The Edge, a documentary filmed and directed by James O'Connor and Dylan Quesnel of The Art of Storytelling, to hosting the Camden SC Tour Stop for the festival, EQUUS has become a large part of the Nature's View experience. In this episode, Julianne and Lisa reminisce about past tour stops and discuss p... Read more

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     Whinny Tales is a brand new podcast that will introduce listeners to a whole new type of equine awareness and education. Based on the work of Bruce Anderson, a native of Trinidad and Tobago, Nature's View is a system of self-discovery with horses as a metaphor for your partner, your employer, your family, your friends...just about any other person or situation. Each podcast episode will feature an aspect of Natural Huma... Read more

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