I never had much training and came to horses late in my life. I’m not much of a leader, I love my horses, perhaps a little too much, because I cave to their desires more than I should, But I have fun, and I’m pretty certain they love me too – lots! When I play the “stick-to-me” game I let my horse choose where exactly he or she will stick and usually it’s at my side. This suits me because I’ve had my big boy follow me in the past and I don’t like having to have eyes in the back of my head, and I would need them with him because if he comes too close he can tread on my heals. And that hurts! My fault, my bubble! I hear you all cry! Maybe so. But why take the risk when we can be real buddies side by side. Perhaps I’m lucky, my big boy spooks away from me, so far, every time. A ton of horse. I think my love and affection means everything to him, and not losing sight of me in moments of panic is his way of loving me back.
"The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated." Mahatma Gandhi.
Storm on the Horizon!
A gallery of pictures of all our horses past and present. View Here
Birdlife in Scotland
This is a special page for me. It has nice intuitive action and is fun as it plays bird songs. It stands alone with no main menu, see it here.
My Spiritual Home
Fun With Colour
You can see a selection of my pictures here...
Online Jewellery & Gift Shop
Horsemanship training is for those wanting a good bond/connection with their horse. By finding out how each horse thinks and applying methods that work for them as an individual. This helps work towards the horse being more balanced, confident, co-ordinated and more connected from his brain to his feet and to his human.
"We believe that every animal should have a voice, deserving a life free of pain and suffering. We seek to achieve a behavioural and lasting change in society in order to prevent cruelty and protect animals."