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1. Harley's Sarcoid Update
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...is is where 2 sarcoids dropped off leaving pits. I have been doubtful at times and thought progress was a little slow BUT when you compare the time and effort is worth it   ...
Friday, 06 November 2015

2. Bits CONTROL Horses
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...t to get control of a horse, you have to over-power him. Having to use a bigger bits a sure sign you have little or no communication with your horse’s mind.” Pat Parelli &ldquo...
Thursday, 29 August 2013

3. Learning a Foreign Language
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...t by or poodle along with a misunderstood horse 2. We could learn a couple of phrases and get by a little better with a better but maybe slightly frustrated horse 3. We could take time to...
Wednesday, 18 January 2012

4. Fertilizer Poisioning
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...y and did not seem to be improving. He prescribed diarazone powders for 2 day which did give them a 'little' relief. But they still weren't good. I started to research their symptoms and kept...
Tuesday, 29 June 2010

5. Baby, the little mare who wouldn't give up
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...atter for her degree. She is bound to a subject list. She did however suggest that maybe we might write a little book entitled: Baby, the little mare who wouldn't give up Maybe! ...
Wednesday, 21 April 2010

6. Pony Power Rocks!
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...eads with jingle bells to help calm her, and decided to attempt it on horseback!!  Polly was a little apprehensive at first but soon settled down and we were soon on our way. I noticed she ...
Sunday, 20 December 2009

7. Partner in the Arena
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...fident and Magpie seems a lot more relaxed. Oh, and soooo responsive to the hackamore. Had to do so little, almost nothing with the reins. She responded at start of phase 1 nearly everytime!! ...
Saturday, 03 October 2009

8. Bute v Herbal Substitute
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... her nether regions and noticed what looked like dried blood on the outside of her vagina. I opened her a little and could see some slightly fresher blood. I immediately called the vet and expl...
Saturday, 08 August 2009

9. What is Quantum Savvy
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...th Ransley's (founders of Quantum Savvy) visit to Ireland quickly approaches, I thought I would publish a little about 'What is Quantum Savvy?': What is Quantum Savvy? Quantum Savvy is a...
Friday, 17 July 2009

10. Positive Pony Power
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...e led. After a few minutes of worrying about her foal Sally settled down and walked with Dan. During this little exercise it transpired that Sally was frightened of ropes being swung around close to h...
Tuesday, 05 May 2009

11. Fun with a Western Saddle
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...he problem The Cinch-Em Up was much easier to use and didn't appear to be cutting into Polly. This little gadget makes it easy to adjust the cinch whilst on board as well. I dont think it would...
Tuesday, 17 March 2009

12. Inconsiderate Motorists
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...e out. We were heading home when I heard a car coming up behind us at speed. As Magpie was being a little unpredictable, and the car coming up behind us didn't seem to be slowing, I decided to ...
Saturday, 28 February 2009

13. Solo Around the Block
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...alked quite calmly out of our turning and turned left to head around the block. He was obviously a little concerned and glanced backwards a few times looking for autie Polly, his usual back up....
Saturday, 21 February 2009

14. Baby is Lame Again
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...eft foot. This one appeared as a lump on her tendon on Tuesday morning. I thought her leg looked a little swollen and she was limping again. I started manipulating the lump as I guessed ...
Saturday, 06 December 2008

15. If a Horse Leads, It Will Load
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... walk backwards out of the trailer. Although, hesistant to be walking backwards he walked out with only a little encouragement. Chrissy and Dennis were then put into their stables right next do...
Sunday, 30 November 2008

16. Harley the Brave
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...r to the side when we got there and let the car drive into the driveway. None of this bothered Harley one little bit. He is so Brave!!I think if he carries on like this we will be out riding to...
Sunday, 23 November 2008

17. Baby's Story
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...r and driving her all the way to the abbatoir. I gave him a cheque and baby was dropped in with my little herd when I was at work. That was back in August. Baby was in reasonably good co...
Wednesday, 19 November 2008

18. Feeding Whole Oats
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...for a typical horse, with natural living conditions, (but not the ideal, varied acreage), and receiving a little bit of exercise (but could use more): Horses weight, Oats per day 400 kg/881 lb, 1....
Sunday, 09 November 2008

19. Competition Horses
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...ing and managed to get the foal to lead back to the field on the end of a line. What a good start for the little chap. My neighbour watched us lead the foal back to the field and was quite impressed....
Tuesday, 19 August 2008

20. Ready to Ride Results
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...orses and a strange handler (sorry Colm) all seemed to much for him. Tilly who I had was being a perfect little lady but was constantly trying to stand/move my feet. She knew exactly where my feet we...
Sunday, 03 August 2008

21. Make The Right Thing Easy
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... again. Her turning, me turning her in a circle. Magpie trying to walk sideways home, me letting her go a little way then walking her on and turning her around in a circle so we ended up facing the wa...
Sunday, 27 July 2008

22. Polly the Plough Horse
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...handful) and put on their fly masks. The flies were horrendous this morning and one of Polly's eyes was a little swollen. Tacked up the two girls, Fly Masks and BB Bridles today. Left Harle...
Thursday, 24 July 2008

23. Right Brain Left Brain
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...B confident to be a RB panic merchant!! I decided to ask him to take a few more steps when he reared and little way up and then bucked. That is the first time he has ever done anything like that. He ...
Wednesday, 23 July 2008

24. Equine Open Day
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...e left to clean up the mess. There were two examples shown of young horses who will basically have little of no future. One was a cute little fella who was born with severe conformation problem...
Wednesday, 23 July 2008

25. Practising Bareback
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...e a bit of a struggle to get Magpie to pass but she didn't protest too much.  I had to offer a little support with my leg (the one nearest our turning) and kissed her on. Met a farme...
Thursday, 26 June 2008

26. Eventful Day Out
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...and normally once we are heading home there is no turning back!! Polly and Sam seemed to enjoy that little episode and were on their toes all the way back home.  So, that was our Satu...
Monday, 23 June 2008

27. Its not about the Trailer
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...se mainly for the horses benefit. I used to visit her every morning to give her a feed and handle her a little whilst she was in foal. She is a 16HH draft mare who is very sweet. She had a c...
Monday, 23 June 2008

28. Polly knows the Games
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...ope with me. I unconciously placed my hand on her mane and started to walk and she came with me!! I was a little surprised to say the least. When I bring food into the yard I just signal the hor...
Monday, 23 June 2008

29. Squeeze Game - Harley
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...r short walks on his own. He is doing really well for a 2 year old...He is mostly a LBE but he exhibits a little RB behaviour when he is on his own On Tuesday last week we went for our first walk ...
Sunday, 22 June 2008

30. Magpie in Bare boots
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... liked she was falling off her heels but my farrier removed the shoes and gave her a good trim. He left a little length on her for this first trim so she wouldn't get too sore. Polly was almost ...
Sunday, 13 April 2008

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