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All Right on the Inside -- Our philosophy in a nutshell -- to color!
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 Posted: Tue Oct 11th, 2016 10:53 am
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A Poster to Color -- text and illustrations by Deb Bennett, Ph.D.

Measures 19" X 24", B/W on quality paper, frameable.

$9.95 ea., arrives rolled in a stiff tube, price as always includes postage to US addresses. ADDRESSES OUTSIDE USA please add $10.

Here's a very unique idea, geared toward anyone you know who wants to improve their horsemanship! Put this in their stocking and they'll be busy for a couple of months coloring -- and THINKING.

The vision begins with a horse that's totally all right within himself. That's the horse in the frame, the one standing so much at ease under the big tree (see the thumbnail image of the poster, below).

But that's the same horse again and again, all the way around the margin, and there we see him doing difficult, demanding, and complex things.

What's the point of the poster? That horse is all right, no matter what the work. He's learned to carry that "OKness" down deep inside of himself, no matter what situation he finds himself in. And of course, we know -- that's the only horse that you can be safe on, the only one you can have fun on and the only one who can have fun with you. The "all right" horse is the only excellent horse.

The poster front features nine images of horsemen and horsewomen in high-level performance, demonstrating our ideal of excellence. The back of the poster has a thousand-word essay about inner OKness and how the rider can develop that.

If your teenaged horse-crazy daughter can only think about galloping around barrels or galloping and jumping until there's a danger of making the horse lame....this is an ideal item for you to put in their stocking.

Posters are shipped rolled in a tube (we think that's nicer than folding them, especially since they're intended to color and then be hung on a wall).

We can accept direct payment via PayPal, or your personal check if drawn in US dollars. Please direct online payments to: Please note that's dot-ORG not dot-com.

Make checks payable to "Equine Studies Institute" and send to:

Deb Bennett, Director

Equine Studies Institute

P.O. Box 411

Livingston, CA 95334

Thanks for your interest in this -- 100% of proceeds go to pay our Web fees and keep this Forum online. -- Dr. Deb

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