Through a great
longing to become one in spirit with my Tennessee Walker, Dolcinea,
I was inspired to create El Compañero Bareback Rider.
I rode alone in the early morning hours, when the sights and sounds
of the wooded trails are peaceful and mystical, and the birds begin
to wake, and I felt myself a part of the landscape, the more I felt
the need to become one with my companion. This feeling was the origin
of the name El Compañero.
create the physical sense of oneness, I had only to think of the
Native American, using just a piece of leather to achieve this sense
of union. Beth, my partner, friend, and great source of encouragement,
though previously an English rider, now with her own Compañero,
has experienced a far greater oneness with her Quarter Horse, Tigger.
As a life long rider and a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, Beth
reinforced my belief in the value of El Compañero for riders
with special needs. Both Beth and I realize how special a gift this
is and are very focused on sharing it with disabled, as well as
out what El Compañero is all about!
One in Spirit in Flight"
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Township, N.J. 08535
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