Did you know that horses have a very special bond with their owners?
According to researches, humans and horses have developed a very unique way to communicate with each other, like a third language, which is neither fully equine nor human.
That is what linguists are calling an ’embodied language system’, and that is a special way of communicating that is relying on emotional connection, touch, and becoming attuned to physical movement. It is a dynamic and symbiotic process that recognizes horses as sensitive and decision-making beings!
Ronin Foster is a certified equine behaviorist, and he explains that humans are building very strong relationships with reciprocal altruism.
Cerebrum specialist and pony coach Dr. Allan Hamilton dissects this pony human bond and claims that the non-verbal nature of ponies drives us to calm our internal voice.
He says that steeds just take an alternate route around our language, our internal voice, which is continually diverting us from interfacing with our general surroundings.
At the point when free of language, we can relate straightforwardly, instinctively with the steed. We don’t have to see how the steed realizes what we need, we have to feel it. Steeds instruct us that what we access by inclination is similarly as legitimate as what we know by thinking.
Steeds have been helping individuals since until the end of time. The adorable creatures have been doing everything individuals ask them to. They convey us places, help individuals furrow fields, and numerous different things.
Be that as it may, things are totally unique now, and steeds aren’t utilized that much, yet there are still individuals who ride ponies in certain pieces of the world, and indeed, they have an exceptional bond with their creatures.
Wagner Lima was closest companions with his closest companions, Sereno. The pony cherished his proprietor, as well. Wagner and Sereno lived in Brazil and had an incredible time together. Sereno was a piece of Wagner’s life for a long time.
And after that, the most exceedingly awful bad dream occurred. Wagner was riding a bike and endured a mishap. Shockingly, he passed away not long after the accident.
Sereno knew nothing. He was hanging tight for his closest companion. Persistently. Wagner never came, and the steed most likely felt that his companion overlooked him.
Wagner’s family became aware of it, therefore they have decided to show Sereno what happened. They brought the horse at the funeral, and Wagner’s brother, Wando, took Sereno to the church.
What they saw was shocking, but also very emotional. Sereno started to make very sad noises, because he knew his friend was inside the coffin. The truth got him really bad. Sereno laid with his head on the coffin. That was his way of saying goodbye. He knew that Wagner was not coming back. Then he started hitting the ground.
The horse was part of the family, and Wagner was happy for that. His brother is now taking care of the horse, and he will love the horse as much as his brother did!