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Equine-Assisted Dismounts: Is There Anything More Relatable? Adulting with Horses

On this episode of the Adulting with Horses podcast, Heather and Natalie talk about a very important topic we can all relate to…Equine-Assisted Dismounts. Have you ever fallen while mounting? Does your horse have a signature move? Should we take a course in landing or is it just better to risk it all? More, we have stories from our clubhouse!For our special bonus episode on trailer horror stories that really happened, make sure to join our Patreon! Links:www.adultingwithhorsespodcast.comInstagram @adultingwithhorsespodcastTwitter @AdultingHorsesFacebook Group, The Clubhouse: https://www.facebook.com/groups/adultingwithhorsespodcast/Patreon https://www.patreon.com/AdultingWithHorsesPodcastThank you for being a little weird with us, horse girl! If you like what you hear make sure to subscribe to the podcast on your player of choice, join our Adulting with Horses Clubhouse on Facebook where you can become part of the show! Also, it’s a great place to meet other horse crazy women. Thanks and see you next time! If you like what you hear but want a little more, become a Patreon member for extra bonus episodes, behind-the-scenes content with video, and more! https://www.patreon.com/AdultingWithHorsesPodcast
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For Imogen Grey, a born and bred Jersey Girl, Vermont, may as well be a different world. When she travels to her aunt’s mountain home to help her recover from injury on her small farm, she’s still in search of a purpose in life. A small mountain town surprises her with an escape artist horse, a vet she avoids falling for, and a rekindled love. Suddenly, Imogen questions everything she thought she wanted. The Green Mountains are calling, but is she listening?

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