Jenny Pearce

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

A simple, non chemical method to treat pin worms

A student’s horses were recently treated by a vet for pinworm infestation by treating them for 5 days in a row of an Ivermectin based chemical wormer. I’m anti toxic chemicals, but even so, I was shocked at that kind of toxic overload for worms that are not harmful to the horse’s health (they don’t […]

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A blind horse – and an amazing story

Here’s an amazing story from a reader, that she tells  so matter of factly, that I wonder if she even realises how big and how beautiful it is.  I can only imagine the care and dedication that has gone into and continues’s to go into the care of Indiano. Dear Jenny I have found your […]

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Yuka, a wwoofer from Japan with our horses

This photo is of Yuka from Japan, with our miniatures Dom and Blondie. Even with her very new and limited English back then, Yuka understood what I was asking her to do and “got” the connection to listen to our miniature pony Dom, instantly.  The first thing she heard was “I hate you.” That shocked me, […]

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Natasha, a wwoofer from Israel

Natasha quickly became one of our favourite wwoofers.  (Willing Woorkers On Organic Farms)  Here’s a photo of Natasha taking a rest from tree planting, having a deep and meaningful conversation with young Boots. Natasha had quite a bit of horse and riding experience already when she came to us. Even in another language, the connection […]

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Juliette – a French wwoofer

Juliette, a French girl from Paris, fitted into our family as if she was born in the countryside.  She came to us on the wwoofer program (Willing Workers on Organic Farms).  It’s a program that involves working for your organic board and keep whilst being part of the family in a different country. With very […]

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An email from Jan about her horse riding lesson over the phone.

It sounds ridiclous doesn’t it?  Riding lessons over the phone, indeed!  How useful could that be?  VERY useful as it turns out… Here’s an email from Jan about her free 15 minute phone coaching session that we did last week.  Jan spent time helping me develop the nervous riders / nervous horses internet based coaching program and […]

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Kissing spine is not the kiss of death

Kissing spine is considered un-fixable by most – but I strongly disagree. Kissing spine happens because the horse is arching his back the wrong way, sagging like a saggy mattress with the human sitting on the saggy bit.  And the angles of the sag have the bones of the back wearing in ways it was […]

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