Jenny Pearce

Happiness And Well being for horse AND rider as a pathway to excellence

Early stringhalt warning for southern Australia

What to do about stringhalt – prevention and cure. I’ve had two requests for help with stringhalt in two days one from Victoria and one from South Australia.  It appears that the danger season is starting earlier than usual.  We’ve had a weird grass season with grass stressed by frost and yet it’s still growing […]

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Perth Clinic with Jenny September 2017

    Gentle and powerful problem solving, a magnetic riding seat, the Feel of the great riders, confidence, good health, beautiful movement, relaxed learning – all of these things wrapped up in a passion for the horse and person to be the best and the happiest that they can be – these are all part […]

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Congratulations to two new Reiki Masters

Most of you will know our own very special Francis Dingle from the Light Horse Museum at Nar Nar Goon (watch this space for good news about the museum soon) but I expect you won’t know Shelly Gatt who comes from HiCliff Dairy Goat Farm in Nilma just down the road from us.  Shelley and […]

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On the back of a horse was where she belonged

  I was reading this romantic novel/thriller today and there was this line in it about the heroine who had been a champion rider and she and her horse had both suffered career ending injuries in a riding accident.  She was watching a new young stablehand get on one of her horses with yearning:   […]

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Reiki for people and horses at Rokeby 17th June 2017

    I watched one of my students yesterday on a video lesson, applying both her Feel and her Reiki together to help her horse release some very old tension and was blown away by the speed of the result.  I’m STILL shaking my head.  And the new level of HAPPINESS that they both bubbled […]

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Does our horse’s DESIRE to look after us, mean that they are ABLE to look after us?

There are two stages – two completely different stages – that we need to consider when we want to end up with poetry in motion like Cavalia’s Frederic Pignon or Alizee Froment with Mistral or any of those other world class horse and rider combinations that you admire.  And believe me you CAN have that […]

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The calming acupressure point and a trailer loading question.

Sharon asked about using the calming acupressure point from my previous blog to help with a horse’s float / trailer problem: Would this help a horse who stresses in the float??? My mare no longer travels well in the float.  She loads easy but leans on centre divider and no matter if it is a […]

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The Master Teacher has retired

  I put this picture up on Facebook this morning and have spent the day, touched by people’s comments and with tears filling my eyes – tears of  overwhelming appreciation and sadness too, at having had our last magical ride together. There’s many special horses in the world, but this one… this one… is special […]

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Greasy heel, mud fever and rain scald in horses

The side effects of Cyclone Debbie The recent cyclone in Queensland and the floods that are following will no doubt have some horses painfully suffering with greasy heel, mud fever and rain scald.  I am sharing here a couple of very effective, inexpensive remedies for these conditions. Greasy Heel in horses Greasy heel in horses […]

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