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What exactly is a poisoned cue?

The term ‘poisoned cue’ is used much more frequently these days. Whilst that is in itself fabulous, unfortunately it’s true meaning seems to have become a little misunderstood along the way. Many individuals are using the term incorrectly to describe any anxiety related behaviour the … Continue reading

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What does an animal need to be happy?

I thoroughly recommend that anyone who owns any sort of animal at all read these two books by Temple Grandin: Animals in Translation Animals Make Us Human: Creating the Best Life for Animals Doing so will entirely change the way … 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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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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