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After several years of writing and reflection, I have just finished the first draft of Being Human(s) for Horses. This is the book that I was meant to write about horses. The others are simply meaningful milestones along the way. If all goes according to plan, it will be published in the northern hemisphere summer.

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So what could happen if a horse encounters pain in the course of an equine bodywork session in which you are the practitioner and the horse is not restrained in any way whatsoever, meaning they have a choice? What is the horse likely to do? Stay or walk away? What would you be more inclined […]

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She edges forward against the gate, presses her muzzle against the wire mesh. Her nostrils flare as she sniffs. Will this confirm what her large, soft eyes take in? Is it really Farinelli? I lead him closer. Tenderly he steps forward, the stony ground harsh against his soft soles. In the midst of all that […]

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25 July is The Equine Touch day, and yesterday it marked 21 years since this marvellous equine bodywork modality started to develop into what it has become. It was also a day which heralded the start of an Equine Touch awareness week and an opportunity to reflect on visions and achievements. As part of this […]

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The chances are that your horse would not choose to follow you, even if you possessed all of the qualities that would make you the most enlightened leader the world has ever seen. Why not? To answer this question we need to examine why horses choose to follow others of their own species.

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