I sat in on a workshop recently and one of the slides had some interesting points about how we use our senses to register and retain information. It stated:
How we register information
How we retain information
The book synopsis reads as follows:
A week after I did my first foxhunt with Harvard Hounds it was time for opening hunt at Misty River Hounds, the hunt that my barn is very involved with. We had a much larger group attending and my mom and brother decided to tag along and ride the tallyho wagon so that they could watch.
When I bought Jabbar, I knew that he was going to be very green in the arena. His previous owner didn't take lessons or do shows - he was a foxhunter. I've done my share of lessons, I've done some shows, and I've done plenty of trail rides, but I've never foxhunted. Most of the adult riders at my barn participate with the barn owner Diane and her assistant trainer Sally being very involved with Misty River Hounds, one of the local hunts. So I had plenty of opportunity to get involved if I wanted to, I just wasn't sure I wanted to.