A rider’s view of the clinic we just had at Rokeby and crikey it was the most beautfiul experience for a “teacher”!
My friend Sue McKibbin who owns the farm that we are on here, just posted a blog on her new website about her experience in the four day clinic that we just finished. Sue is already an advanced rider with a wealth of information from other places and has trained with the best in the ...Read More
I looo…ve my work and days like yesterday, lessons like the private lesson that I gave yesterday afternoon, are why I love my work so much. It very often feels like a privilege to be a part of a lesson and this was definitely one of those times! This man has done maybe three clinics with ...Read More
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, ...Read More
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 ...Read More
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 ...Read More