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.
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 EQUUS Film Channel at www.filmfestivalflix.com and watch the Natural Humanship Trailer Loading episode. The channel features a variety of films presented at the EQUUS Film Festival. There is a free trial period and then a small monthly subscription fee for some amazing films~ its worth a look!
To view video footage along with this episode, visit our YouTube channel at Camden Film Group. Thanks for tuning in!
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 several episodes will air from (or about) the festival, so stay tuned!
For more information about the EQUUS Film and Arts Fest, visit equusfilmfestival.net
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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 Hooves.
For more information about the EQUUS Film and Arts Fest, visit equusfilmfestival.net.