Horse Behaviour Linked to Poor Nutrition

By Cynthia Cooper. Natural nutrition must be our first priority for keeping a horse healthy, both physically and mentally. Many health issues can be attributed to poor nutrition and that includes behavioural problems. Back in the days when I was instructing full time, I used to think ‘training’ could solve almost…

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What To Do When Horses Don’t Like Minerals

By Carol Layton of Balanced Equine. It’s always a relief when owners say their horses accept the minerals straight away but it is fairly common that it doesn’t work that way. Essentially you have to re-educate your horse’s palate and this can take time in some horses. Here is where…

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Jenny Pearce – Happiness and Wellbeing for Horse and Rider

I recently re-connected with Jenny Pearce, a friend from way back, a healer extraordinaire and a fantastic teacher. Jenny’s passion for helping people and horses was  so evident during our conversation that as I learned more about what she is now teaching, I’m inspired to share her gifts and wisdom. As…

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New Events

Field Day Southern Tasmania. For more information and to RSVP please contact Kerry Bridle Ph. 0427 846050 or email kerrybridle22@gmail.com Nov 7-9 clinic with Farah de Jonette With much regret, I have to inform you that our Nov 7-9 clinic with Fabulous Farah has been cancelled due to sudden &…

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New Treeless Saddle Pad

I’ve always recommended using a cotton saddle pad under the LightRider Bareback Pad to keep it clean, and a treeless saddle pad for bony backs, so finally, our own LightRider saddle pad is available. This cotton Treeless Saddle pad is designed to match the LightRider Bareback Pads. It has pockets either side of…

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Events to look forward to.

Versatility course with Fran Griffin 3rd, 4th, 5th October What is Versatility? It is a style of training that helps the horse to be more versatile, by using obstacles and tasks. Horses learn to become problem solvers and to be calmer and braver. It allows riders and handlers to hone communication…

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