Friendly, curios & powerful - Omaru Apreeto - The Andalusian horse

Welcome Omaru Apreeto, an Andalusian horse, the lastest member of our Dancing with my Horses family.

Omaru Apreeto travelled 5500km from the east coast of Australia to the west.

I had a dream 2 years ago where I was riding George on a early morning easy stroll ride as I noticed that I had company. I turned to my left and saw a grey magnificient horse with a rider next to me. I knew this horse belonged to me. The dream was vivid and full of life and I never forgot it. However, I also never attempted to fulfill it either until ....

one day I received this email from a couple I met through the work I did for Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling here in Australia. I had visited them many years back on their property and enjoyed a day with them and their Andalusian horses. They offered me Apreeto to become mine and find a new home with me. 

The grey horse I have been dreaming of, came into my life, just like this. Amazing. Apreeto was profiled by Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling and he is a King and a Pilgrim, a horse that is like an oak and needs a big storm to uproot him as Klaus described him.

I was very surprised how well he travelled and stepping out of the truck he showed his majestic energy coupled with a curiosity for his new environment. He walked on a steady feet into his new home paddock to put down his head and eat. 

It became very clear, very quickly that he likes people, he likes to interact and does this is a very respectful way. Having had him now for only a couple of days I realised how much I was taught by George about horses, their needs and desires and how to connect to them and I feel a deep gratitude for my jewel George. 

Omaru Apreeto's energy teaches us about grace, dignity and joyful curiosity all on a platform of certainty, clarity and seniority. What a wonderful new friend has just entered our lives.

 

“And Allah took a handful of southerly wind, blew His breath over it, and created the horse.... Thou shall fly without wings, and conquer without any sword. Oh, horse.” Bedouin Legend
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