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If you are a very ordinary horse person just as I am and your goal is to achieve a magical connection with your horse, one that will see your equine friend actively seeking to be with you while at absolute liberty to leave you to eat, drink or do anything other than be with you, […]

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She draws back, steps away. Peering from the top of the worn, weathered slope of her brown face, her eyes are drawn to the hand resting on the high, curved, ochre wall. Her hesitant gaze reveals her doubt. It is a dual-ended magnet to her this hand of mine, either attracting or repelling her depending […]

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Have you ever experienced it? You and your horse are walking side-by-side. It may be on a forest path, a hill track, anywhere. Your horse’s breath is raspy and warm against your forearm in the cool of the morning, comforting almost. You relax into an even stride. The four-beat rhythm of the hooves scuffing the […]

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Navy blue, that is the colour of the ceiling of the ambulance. Or so it seems just before the door closes out the last bit of natural light cutting through the space across my left shoulder. My name, I hear you call it, your voice wet with tears, “I love you!” Desperate to see you, […]

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Last week Pip and I had our first lesson with Jason Alexander Wauters, the most successful student to emerge from Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling’s one-year schooling programme, the only full one-year course he has ever given to date (yes, the same one Vicki and I were originally scheduled to attend). Since then I have had a […]

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