Most of the people around me these days call me E because they cannot pronounce my name correctly as it pronounces in my home country of Israel. My name is Einat Talmon, and I have been living in the United States since June of 2001. At the age of 24, after graduating from the university of sports and science in the pursuit to expand my knowledge about horses and Reining training Technics, I packed my bags, secured a tourist visa, and purchased a round trip airline ticket that will take me to see the real Bonanza scenes I used to watch as a child. I was heading to Texas.
you might ask why I am writing about my name pronunciation, but my name, the source of it, and the meaning of it is who and what I am. So, who am I you ask?
I’m an Israeli born citizen who at a very early age, like a lot of little girls and boys find herself in love with the magnificent creation of God, known to us as horses. The horse world or “Equine” (Latin), as the professional industry uses, took me on a journey I would have never imagine that I could even get in the saddle prepared for the ride. A journey that forced me to quickly get a hold of the reins. A long journey full of experiences that formed me into the person I am today. Today I am a person who woke up at the age of 43 from a dream, and found out that through hard work, determination, disappointments, frustrations, pain, and loss, I was formed to stand up to my name.
Einat, in Hebrew pronounced Ay-Nat. It comes from the Bible as plural (Ay-not, or Ma-Aa-Yanot) and it means many little springs, or creeks. Through my journey I discovered that the way I grew up, and the adventures and things I was lucky to see, make people around me see the many little springs that I am. A stream of emotions, knowledge, and personal professional experience I passionately love to share with whoever wants to know and would like my opinion.
In this website I am going to share tips related to Horses and all the surrounding inside the orb of the Equine industry through my personal story. Tips about nutrition and feed, products and homemade remedies, barn work Technics, safety measurements, psychology and behavior, basic health care, emergencies, tack and equipment, horse training and riding tips, and anything you will be interested in. Of course, I will respond to comments, and answer questions both in person and on the web.
I hope you will find my website helpful and enjoy my story. If you ready for the adventure that will take you to the other side, get in the saddle and come along for the ride.