Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling does not call himself a horse whisperer and is not describing what he does with horses as a method. But only his presence calms down the most traumatized horses, so who is he and what is what is he doing?
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Tagged as Equestrian, Equestrianism, horse, Horses, Klaus Hempfling, Natural horsemanship
I’ve been trying to figure that out myself! 😀 I’m really intrigued by everything I’ve seen with him, and I’ve recently gotten his first book so I’m hoping to find out more. But I think the trouble with his way of doing things is that I can’t figure out what on earth he’s doing, much less how to emulate it. He’s certainly remarkable to watch, though… his first video is pretty much eye candy for horse people.
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