Travois or Drag (Book One, Card 35)

“Natural horsemanship is about pushing your limitations, admitting your flaws, and seeking to be a part of something bigger than ourselves,” Peggy Smith says. Natural horsemanship enables a person to recall, with the help of the horse, forgotten secrets of harmony with the universe and with ourselves. It’s a human-horse connection in which the roles of teacher and student, leader and follower, are constantly scrutinized, learnt from, and discarded until perfection is achieved. It’s a way of life for them.”