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Cynthia’s News

Christmas lunch at the beach with the dogs!

January 2010

Christmas and New Year were a nice quiet time for me to be with my horses, clean up my office (I like to start the New Year on a good note) and to look at a better way of delivering and cataloguing all the news I like to share with everyone.
So, I have set up this News Blog that will take the place of my newsletter. Don’t panic – you will still receive a notification email that there’s a new entry to read – only now they will be more frequent so I don’t end up with such a huge amount of information to compile all in one go.

Part of my office re-organising has resulted in a new email address which you would now have from the email I just sent notifying you of this new Blog!

I also had time to upload some long awaited for Web Albums here:

You can now see pictures of:

  • The Horses
  • Bitless Bridles, LightRider Bridles
  • Foal Education at liberty, Foal Education – Leading, Foal Eduction – more lessons
  • Hay Feeders
  • and even some pics from a Quamby Bluff Walk. This is the small mountain behind my place that oversees the whole Meander Valley area and is a local icon.

I hope you enjoy the read of all the blog posts I’ve just put together – and if you ever want to come back to them later or view them by topic, you can do that from the main naturalhorseworld site or bookmark this page.

I’d love to hear your comments on the new format so please use the comments link at the bottom of this post. Happy Horsey New Year!

7 thoughts on “Cynthia’s News”

  1. Fiona Hilcke

    Cynthia, your blog is lovely. Easy to read and navigate. Wonderful!

    1. Cynthia

      Thanks to everyone for all your positive comments about the News Blog. I appreciate your feedback.

  2. Excellent website! Easy to navigate! GREAT Cynthia!! 🙂

  3. Nan Catmur

    Love the new look, Cynthia…. keep up the great work!! 🙂

  4. Cynthia

    I’d love to hear what you think of this new format – what is helpful, what else you’d like to see and if something doesn’t work. Thanks. Cynthia.

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