Jenny Pearce

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The essence of Icelandic horses

Noora with one of the Haldane Icelandic horses here in Australia I had a question sent in to me for my live seminar recently “Is there anything of special importance to know about Icelandic horses when establishing communication and understanding?  Is there anything different about other breeds?” The answer is yes, there is a difference […]

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Yours truly has a bit of a feature in April’s Hoofbeats magazine

  Hoofbeats Magazine is doing an online learning feature this month, featuring yours truly amongst others and I gave them a $550 Fast Track to Brilliant Riding home study program for a competition prize. And run on out and buy the magazine!    

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It’s time …

It’s time for a change… In fact, it’s well past time to allow bitless bridles in competitions of all kind in Australia and this petition to Equestrian Australia is asking for just that. Click here to go and sign this petition Cynthia Cooper is a friend of mine (see the picture of her bitless bridle […]

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The winner of the competition to support Chuck Mintzlaff

  Congratulations to Megan Walsh from Traralgon who is the winner of the competition that we set up to support Chuck Mintzlaff when he lost his barn and tools and winter horse feed in a fire.  We raised $365.00, which while not a barn, made a significant dent in the hay for the winter for […]

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Happy 21st Birthday Bobby!

  Happy birthday to the best horse in the whole world!  (Ahhh well I do really know that the world is filled with horses who are the best horse in the whole world – but yes this one REALLY is special! ) Read on to the end of this blog and find out about the beautiful birthday present that […]

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Support Chuck Mintzlaff after his devastating fire loss and win for yourself too

    Thanks so very much to my students who are the first to rally behind Chuck MIntzlaff.  On Wednesday, yes THIS Wednesday – Chuck runs out of hay and the money to buy it.   And thanks to you lot, there is already a small buffer of dollars arriving at Chuck’s house on Wednesday – just […]

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Win and support one of the great horse people

Chuck Mintzlaff of Friendship Training has lost both his barn AND all his feed for the upcoming winter AND all his tools in a barn fire and like so many people when they’re struggling, wasn’t insured.  This has been kind of an extra kick in the guts since he lost his son in Iraq. (See the video […]

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We have another special unspoilt baby for “sale” – Stormy

        Stormy has found his forever home now…. Stormy is a  3/4  Andalusion gelding who is looking for his perfect home in the kind philosophy which we promote.   He is 19 months old now and at that “all legs” baby stage.  We are working on a current photo. Angela thinks that Stormy will reach 16 hands […]

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Does anyone know how I could have a conversation with Kurt Allbrecht?

Kurt Allbrecht is one of the great modern riding masters, who was a director of the Spanish Riding School until 1985.  He is a famous dressage judge, horse trainer and fierce advocate for the horse and passionately anti force and drilling in dressage training. A man after our own heart indeed. He says “”the quality of the […]

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Waterproofing horse rugs

    I’ve just had a lovely afternoon saving myself a fortune with my horse rugs. I thought my rugs needed waterproofing, but hrrrhmmm… it was just my high play drive horses, biting at each other in play,  putting multiple tiny holes in the rug that made it leak like a sieve when it rained […]

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