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The Nature of Respect: Dry Creek Wrangler School

Updated: Jun 3



The Nature of Respect: Dry Creek Wrangler School

"There’s not enough respect in the world. People do not respect themselves. People do not respect each other, and people demand respect where respect is not due. Tonight we just have a simple conversation regarding respect for ourselves and for others.


"Description: This channel seeks to be a source of information about horses, saddles and tack, riding, training, wrangling, packing, and many other related subjects. Dewayne has been living the horse life for over 30 years, both as a professional and as a private owner. As a husband of 30 years, the father of 7 grown children, and "Grumpa" to 4 grandchildren, this aspect of his life and experience cannot be separated from the reality of who he is and makes its way into the mix as well. As a Christian with a varied and unique history in the ministry and a sometimes law enforcement officer, he also brings these life experiences to the table. It is not the purpose of this channel to present "the" way to do anything, but rather to use simple logic and experience to try to help others who might be looking for answers. It does not always offer direct answers to certain questions, but instead humbly seeks to show a road one might go down to find the answers they need for themselves." from the YouTube Channel description


Dry Creek Wrangler School

"Dry Creek Wrangler School is a 5-day program with the goal of helping you better understand your horse which makes you a better rider. In these 5 days, you will spend the day with Dewayne and Deanna, attending classroom learning, hands-on learning and hear old school wisdom from the horses mouth. This will be an experience like none other. Prepare to learn physiology, instinct, and nature of the horse, the importance of communication with your horse, proper groundwork, tack, riding, trailering, trail etiquette, and more.." from the website: drycreekwranglerschool.com


'Dewayne and Deanna Noel have been living the horse life for over 20 years, both as professional and as private owners. Married for 31 years, the parents of 7 grown children and Grand Parents to 4 grandchildren, this aspect of life and experience cannot be separated from the reality of who they are and makes its way into the mix as well." from the website


Dewayne gives us a talk about the Nature of Respect and why we should respect others - Andy


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