People and horses -- what could be better? And these horses have a message!
Hogan Equine of Nowata, Oklahoma, will present "Finding Connection - An Emotional Intelligence Workshop," an interactive experience that uses wild horses to teach self-awareness and personal development in hopes of strengthening human connection and relationships.
The two-day event Oct. 29 and 30 is sponsored by American Senior Communities' Cavalry Horses of Hope in Indianapolis, with some of the proceeds benefiting Grateful Rescue and Sanctuary in Muncie. Times are 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (lunch included) and 3 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (heavy appetizers).
“Emotional intelligence is the number one factor in personal and professional success. It can also keep us connected in our disconnected world. It is the ability to read other
people’s emotions while not being ruled by our own,” says owner and horse trainer Byron Hogan.
Horse experience is not required. This workshop will include a discussion followed by time spent working directly with wild horses. Lunch will be provided for day sessions and heavy appetizers will be served in the evening. Capacity is limited so choose the workshop time slot that works best for you. The registration fee is $100 which includes a $25 donation to Grateful Rescue and Sanctuary, with a matching donation from J7 Ranch. The event is on private property and the location will be given after you register. To register, click here: https://forms.gle/FuszQmU5twdMWNXu5 The horses will be featured on an upcoming episode of Pet Pals TV!