Mindy Tatz Chernoff is the founder of The Resonant Horse, an innovative approach to healing using horses as teachers and catalysts for change and transformation. Mindy recognizes how horses can aid in facilitating a sense of presence, authenticity and congruence in people. Within the safe environment of the barn, along with the horse, she helps children and adults identify areas of resistance, fear, discomfort, love and compassion. In addition, The Resonant Horse facilitates executives in leadership development and success both on and offsite.
Designing A Win at home in France with Phillipe Bourdais
His training is going really well. " il va vraiment bien."
Kathy Day and A Winning Design on a fall trail ride. "He is much loved and such a good boy. He has been kinder to this middle aged lady than an old, seasoned, trail pro."
Hey, I know you!
Full Brothers Hunter (Huntin For A Win) and Carlos (My Time To Win) Have a family reunion in Missouri thanks to Frankie Hart and Shannon Yeaton.
"Viton" a.k.a. Flirtin With Music relaxing with Mindy Chertoff. He's one laid-back kinda guy!
Becky's new barn sure has the Halloween spirit.
This face mysteriously appeared the evening of October 28. Tripod (Make It Real) thinks it's pretty spooky.
Is it real? Only the horses know for sure...
Carsyn Johnson, Chase and Mason have
fun with Rico (Flirtin to Win) day and night.
New owner Cheyenne Thorn, Taylor, Azlyn
on the farm with Splash (Winning with a Splash).
Good luck showing in 2010!
Kelly Crantz and friends of "Pup" a.k.a. (Flirtin At The Bar)
Her success at the World Paint Show
has given"Pup" a big head...Keep an eye on her in future shows!
Bart Spiehs and Ruby: a day at the farm.
Merry Christmas 2007
From Jill Roraff and "Joey", "Chloe",
Samantha Lamphier and "Harper"
"I thought you might like to see your award winning horse.
He won the costume contest last night for the "Most Magical" Costume.
He was Puff the Magic Dragon. Please note his little green tail on top of his green sheet.
It speaks to the temperament of the horses you breed. You should be proud." ~Jill
Paxton, Director, Equestrian Program at Alfred University, NY
Monte Proctor on the trail with
"Gambler" and "Bart"
(This picture is rated PG-13)