Jenny Pearce

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Complex healing issues are my speciality

                  Something lovely happened a few days ago. Donna has a yearling who has had quite limited handling due to all kinds of valid circumstances that I don’t need to go into here and unfortunately, the filly had hit her head in the paddock and caused an […]

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The light horses of Valezka McDonald

  I was literally grabbed by the heart when I read this on Valezka’s website a moment ago. “If you think you can save me, you are mistaken.  But if you know that your freedom is bound to mine, then we can walk together.” Amber Light Horse   You can see her amazing pastels of […]

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A granddaughter’s Happiness story

I was telling a friend of mine this story and she was so powerfully affected by it, that she wanted to know if I had written about it on my blog.  I hadn’t shared it because it’s not a horse story. But she’s right, it HAS an application to horses that we will talk about […]

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Shattered – What could glass possibly have to do with horses?

  I just love reading the stories that come over my desk.  The lady who wrote this one, Loana, had a session on Magic here with me a few months back and released a heap of very old trauma and pain.  Her horse who has recently been renamed Apache, has a long history of being […]

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The voice of the divine in a bareback ride

    A year or so ago Hannah said she couldn’t even catch Maia and now she is developing her own full-on artistic equestrian show. Hannah Rivard was the winner of The GoldStar Scholarship and every time I read anything of hers, I remember again why she was given that scholarship to our on line […]

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Eavesdrop on a world champion

When I asked for feedback from World Champion Reining Rider Kristine Nesbitt after a couple of distance lessons that she had with me (notice this blog was written in 2013), I sure got more than I’d bargained for when she talked about how these lessons gave her a confidence that she had never had before. […]

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Jane McLaughlin – the power of a different way

  I had a healing with horses session from Jane McLaughlin from Tonimbuk in Victoria a couple of weeks ago – a session that Jane called an “ego state therapy” session and wow… it was the most powerful and fabulously outcomed session and gave me a piece of the puzzle that changed my life. From […]

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The magnificent Pan now has a new owner and a new name

Selling a much loved horse, no matter that you are sure that it is the right thing to do – is a very big deal.  And I thought that I would post this outcome for all those in the situation of needing to do that too. Our Valezka, known to many of you already, has bought […]

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This lady is a campdrafter, NOT a dressage rider!

    I just couldn’t resist bragging on Sandra Hagan, who finished one of our on line courses earlier this year.  Just look at Sandra’s graduation photo, which has captured her reaching to stroke her horse. Photo shop a top hat and tails and it would be a totally believable advanced dressage rider. Sandra lives on a station […]

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How to not take your old problems to your new horse

  My life is filled with beautiful moments and the look of wonder on Sue’s face when she joined us after her ride with Pan the other day, was one of them. You may have seen the Wild Heart For Sale ad here on my website, for Sue’s horse Pan. Working through her own issues on […]

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