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Very new ones, in fact. Here’s a feature I wrote about what it’s all about when you work with horses as therapeutic partners. I’ve just finished a diploma in Equine Handling, Husbandry and Instruction with ELISTA Education and am preparing to do the progression course in Equine Assisted Therapy and Learning this autumn. It is amazing stuff, and I’ll start posting about it soon. I was so caught up in learning about something that I love — feeding! trailering! diseases! — that I didn’t have time to ‘talk’ about it.

It is great stuff. I went to an EAGALA [Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association] conference years ago, and what I saw and learned has stayed with me ever since, and I’m keen on learning more about this work. #ExcitingTimes!

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FIGURES OF EIGHT

Ten years on from my first ever riding lesson, these posts are still wandering round and round, a figure of eight starting with today, probably, and yesterday, definitely. It's the antithesis of how I usually do things, but... that's horses for ya.

TACK ROOM

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