Jenny Pearce

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

How to solve a float, trailer loading problem

Before we get into Janet’s question and my answer, here’s a couple of things to think about before you even start float / trailer training. How’s your attitude? Because if you’re in a hurry to get this job done, you can kiss your butt goodbye. If you want a happy and confident horse, with very […]

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Student spotlight on a troubled horse

Debbie had to do things a lot differently before she got the spectacular breakthrough she was looking for with this troubled horse. I’ve gone through our emails this morning to get the story properly in my mind and I could feel Deb’s despair in almost every line. It was difficult for her to see where […]

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Exercise induced pulmonary hemorrhage in racehorses EIPH

Outside the box is where I think I found the answer to EIPH Here’s a heads up…  If you’re expecting some sort of scientific treatise on EIPH, you’re not going to find it here.  I’m radically alternative these days and go looking outside the box for the answer to all kinds of things.  And outside […]

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Dang, ANOTHER famous bloke who thinks horses don’t feel love

Has it EVER occurred to these guys that if they’re not feeling it and their horse isn’t feeling it, that it might just be because it’s not happening FOR THEM? When we are connected to our horses – when things are going as they “should” be…  as they can be… then we CAN feel the […]

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There’s been a lot of talk about horse trauma lately

There’s been a lot of talk about trauma and PTSD type symptoms in horses lately and I’d like to give you a bit of perspective and a lot of hope. The subject reminds me of my own healing journey.  I had what most people would define as a fairly minor sexual abuse in my childhood. […]

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Riding doesn’t have to hurt your horse’s back

Does riding hurt my horse’s back? That’s the question I was asked by a reader who referred me to the studies that said that ALL riding damages the horse’s back. There’s a short answer “It doesn’t have to.” Key points to the video below: + Yes most riders ARE damaging their horses’ backs and no […]

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Best horse scenes from movies

The kind of “want to be gentle” horse person that is attracted to my blog, would be forgiven for looking at Mario Luraschi’s horse stunts, (specially the ones of his horses rearing and falling on the ground and the one above of the horse leaping into the boat and slide stopping between two rows of […]

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Recording of the International Peace Day Event with First Steps of Peace.

What a lovely variety of experiences we had with the horses, of finding peace within OURSELVES in a connection to others.  That’s the very principle that has the capacity to create peace on earth. Willingness and Connection = Understanding = Peace We had two interesting things happen before we even started the livestream where the […]

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International Peace Day special horse event 22nd September

  This year to celebrate Peace day, you have the opportunity to join a Peace Group called The First Steps of Peace in a peace inspired, live video horse event with our empowered herd of horses that will be streamed on Facebook from our farm here at Rokeby in Victoria. Peace day special horse event […]

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