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Saddle Fitting with our Newest Team Member

I was going to write this week in response to a Q&A I read in a magazine recently “Can a Wide Backed Horse Hurt my Hips?” but I will leave that topic for a future blog, since I had to share with you the story my newest Client Success Manager Sarah Ellis (see pic!) from […]
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Meet America’s Most Wanted Thoroughbred

A friend sent me this video “Meet America’s Most Wanted Thoroughbred”. It was so refreshing to see someone doing the things we do with our horses! The video of the winner’s freestyle appears way down on the page in the link below. The competition’s winner, Lindsey Partridge, lives in Pontypool, Ontario which isn’t all that […]
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Yoga at 95

Here’s Val Willis illustrating yoga on horseback for her 95th birthday.
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Kimberly Garvis Working Equitation Clinic

Since 2009 Kimberly Garvis has come to Winsong Farm to present Working Equitation Clinics. We now have a permanent outdoor obstacle course. We also have matching obstacles that we can set up in the indoor arena. Working Equitation attracted me because of the harmony between horse and rider. With no obvious cues the team goes […]
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Saddle Fit and Saving Money

I cannot believe how quickly the summer is passing us by. It seems the older I get, the faster time goes. Does anyone else notice this? It’s almost time for back to school and if you are parents like me, it’s a stressful time with budgeting and buying stuff for the kids going back. My […]
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‘A’nother Day of the Challenge

I’m using the ‘A’ on the wall made out of chalk and the ‘A’ I printed in Magic Marker on the light green box. Every horse went to the box or the wall when asked. I’m still positioning myself relatively close (within three feet) of the ‘A’ on the wall. The box can be quite […]
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Zeloso’s Rear

. When I look at that left hind hoof with perhaps a smidgeon of the toe on the ground…most of Zeloso’s weight is being carried by the RIGHT hind. Or, perhaps, his weight (like his body) is lifting upwards and Zeloso is very light on his hind hooves.
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Morning Snooze

Here is a lovely shot Dominique took of the boys snoozing.