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What has Cheyenne taught me during our on-going journey? Take time to be still and just listen. We have spent countless hours alone


together hanging out in the turnout or in his pen, just being around each other. It is incredible how much you can hear during 'silent' afternoons. The things that matter in life cannot be rushed and they sometimes just need time; be


gentle, respectful and balanced in your actions and interactions; accept that you may not always immediately hear a “yes” in response to a request you


might make; accept individual personalities and learn to work with them; and let humor and fun be a big part of your interactions.”


What do I hope that I am able to show Cheyenne as we move together on


this path? That even though life has been sad and painful for him, things can and do get better. People can be trusted. That the bottom won't drop out from underneath him and he is loved and cared for. He is safe.


Adri has gone the three steps forward and two steps back with Cheyenne for the last two years. It has been a long journey for the both of them. Cheyenne trust Adri and does his best to do what she asks of him,


even if it is a little scary. But as the days progress, Cheyenne steps up, cautiously at first and then with confidence and trust.


Here at California Coastal Horse rescue we specialize in the more difficult horses it seems. What we learn together, from each horse,


from each other, the teamwork, care and compassion, I believe, makes us all better humans. We are rewarded by giving these shattered souls a chance to heal, live, and get back what they have lost.


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