In this video, West will explain the four major brain neurochemicals of Dopamine, Serotonin, Adrenaline, and Cortisol that are effected in training and handling horses.
This video is a great demonstration of just how these neurochemicals can be used naturally to calm and handle horses of all breeds.
West also explains the role of the Reticular Activating System within the horse’s brain and how the RAS responds to Sight, Sound and Touch during training and handling sessions.
Having a knowledge base of these basic brain neurochemicals and their related functions within the horse’s nervous system will greatly increase your ability to train and problem solve horse and human issues.
Because of the Horse I know the answer to the question "Who am I, What am I and Why am I here"
West & Kami live on the Wild West Mustang ranch in a lush green valley at the base of Thousand Lake Mountain, located in the Fishlake National forest. West spent each summer of his adolescent life living here with his grandparents working cattle and sheep, changing irrigation lines and putting up the hay crop. Now the Taylors reside here full time, having created a magical experience for those who come to stay.
Together over 30 years, Kami and West strive to improve themselves and their relationship and through the trials of life they have certainly found “True Love”.