Monthly Archives: November 2017

Why the tarpaulin?

Originally posted on the Facebook page – go here to see the comments, as there were plenty of interesting ones. I recently read a rant about equines being asked to walk over tarpaulins. The author demonstrated the ridiculousness of such … Continue reading

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Xato and the First Gotcha Day

Xato’s 1st Gotcha Day* was on the 9th November, meaning he’s been with me a whole year! I’d planned to put together a little video compilation, but unfortunately my video maker kept crashing and, to preserve my sanity, I gave … Continue reading

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Marty and the Groundwork Lesson

The current issue of Horsemanship Magazine features an article and a cover photo from Lucy Chester (you may know her from her Instagram, @haflingeratliberty). I was put in touch with her as a potential contributor via Jenni Winter, who came … Continue reading

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