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It’s Not What You Do. It’s How You Do It.

I thought I would share a very valid thought from Karen Pryor in an article she wrote on her website! “It’s a sunny spring afternoon in New England at the annual meeting of a group of animal behaviorists. I’m sitting on a folding chair … Continue reading

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Slow Motion Video

Dancer was diagnosed with advanced ringbone in her right pastern joint in the summer of 2010. I knew something wasn’t right, I had been aware of it for a little while, but each time I tried to show someone her … Continue reading

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Learning to Trust our Instincts

Do you trust what your instincts are telling you? I was tidying up my emails recently, and I came across an email I wrote quite some time ago now. I thought I would share it because I know how tough … Continue reading

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BHS Register of Instructors welcomes a Clicker Trainer

Jo Hughes – one of the first clicker trainers to be welcomed onto the British Horse Society Register of Instructors! Jo is delighted to have been accepted onto the BHS Register of Instructors. All Instructors on the Register have completed a full Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check, … Continue reading

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Equi-libre Horses In The Press!

East Anglia Rider Magazine features Equi-libre Horses in their first ever ‘In Focus’ section Equi-libre Horses are very excited to be able to share some editorial coverage, in East Anglia Rider Magazine, for their very first ‘In Focus’ feature. The October edition of the … Continue reading

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Horse Agility Accredited Trainer (HAAT)

Equi-libre Horses is delighted to announce that Jo Hughes has received her full accreditation as a Horse Agility Trainer (HAAT) As such, Jo is now available to teach and train Horse Agility as well as run and judge competitions. Jo can bring her Horse Agility … Continue reading

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Physical Anatomy of the Equine Head & Neck

I have spent enormous amounts of time through my life researching and learning about anatomy of the horse. I find it so interesting understanding what actually goes on beyond what we can see at face value by looking at the horse. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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Clinic in Cambridgeshire with Dr Helen Spence

Learn all about rewarding horse training with Dr Helen Spence! A clinic at West Wratting Park Stud, Cambridgeshire on Sunday 25th September 2011. Would you like to strengthen the bond between you & your horse? Would you like to train in a … Continue reading

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Equi-libre Horses Coaching

Equi-libre Horses philosophy is to empower both horses and their owners with knowledge so they can become ethical and effective trainers themselves. We want to share what we have learnt in order to help others and their horses achieve a … Continue reading

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Tai Chi For Equestrians With James Shaw

Tai Chi For Equestrians With James Shaw Witten by: Cynthia McFarland “‘Head up!’ ‘Heels down!’ ‘Shoulders back!’ ‘Drop your hands!’ ‘Don’t look down!’ ‘Relax!’ Your trainer’s words ring in your head as you strive to perfect your form. Yet somehow … Continue reading

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