My father and I have just gotten back from a four day horse clinic hosted by Australian horseman Ken Faulkner. I first heard of Ken through a friend who had completed one of his clinics at his property in rural Queensland. She arrived a not-so-confident rider with a new horse and came away from the […]
To tell you the truth, I’ve never really had formal riding lessons. I was taught to ride by my father on the dusty plains in rural Queensland. Thinking back the true teachers were the horses I rode. They certainly weren’t push button ponies by any standard. Dad put me and my two siblings on a […]
This time last year on May 9 our hearts were stolen by a precious little girl who goes by the name of Finn. Life has been far from dull since she entered the world. Here is a clip of the year gone by with our little globetrotter. Enjoy!
How is your knowledge on horse anatomy? I know the names to the major parts of my horse like wither, canon bone, forelock, fetlock, mane, poll, rump, dock – basic pony club understanding. I’m shame faced to admit that’s where my knowledge of my horse’s body stops. I’m fuzzy to say the least on muscle […]