The story of Cimarron, a former drug-running horse turned "teacher," illustrates the evolving role of the horse/human bond; and provides an inspiring framework for living and leading effectively, and from the heart, in an interconnected world. Lucinda Vette, an Oshkosh native, currently lives in Amado, Arizona where she and her horses offer leadership and personal transformation programs for individuals, teams, and groups at her facility, Red Horse EQ, LLC. Vette is a former attorney, who now partners with horses to coach lawyers, leaders, peacemakers and healers in the art of harnessing these invisible qualities, and to re-frame conflict as an opportunity for growth and development.
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