Jenny Pearce

Horse behaviour problems

Rearing, striking, biting with snappy bared teeth, kicking at every opportunity – this little pony was headed for the knackery

  Rearing and striking, lunging forward and striking, trying to run you over on purpose – biting with snappy bared teeth, kicking at every opportunity, barging through gates, ripping the lead rope out of your hands and bolting off, feet trimming time was incredibly dangerous and  everything – everything! –  was fear and aggression. THAT was […]

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Horse floating, trailoring or travelling problems

Getting horses to get on the float, truck or trailer has to be one of the most common problems that people experience with their horse. Here’s an excerpt about floating or trailering problems from the first of the horse books that I wrote “Bobby’s Diaries – Straight from the Horse’s Mouth to You”.  The approach […]

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Out on a trail ride – when the boogie man is in the drain…

I don’t get on other people’s horses easily and when I do, I need to listen to every early warning signal that something is Not Quite Right and take action on it, in order to ride with happiness and confidence.  It was such a pleasure to get on a Jane’s horse Shea for the very […]

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