Summer went on and on...then ended with a bang!Newsletters in 2018 will be, as ever, educative and informative. We redesigned the whole web site and it seems to work quite well. It'll work with mobile devices too so thanks to the guys at VP-ASP for helping.
Anyroad, this newsletter was updated on April 25th and I've been naughty in not updating earlier. It seems that we have only just finished summer here!!
However, as ever in 'Oz, things change with speed and the rain has arrived..at long last for our farmers who are now itching to plant their winter crops.
There's been a whole heap of news etc hitting the net recently so we've tried to bring you the interesting bits......
This online edition of Cyberhorse has been posted at no cost to horse lovers everywhere. It's a good read too.....
If you are a planner, then this could help your plans for the whole season.
The Risks and Benefits of Longeing...Can longeing do more harm than good? Worth reading and we have a great product that goes into details too.
A cross-country move©with a horse©is a lot to take on. Whether you©ve accepted the job of your dreams or are moving closer to family, these 12 tips will help you plan and execute a successful relocation of your horse.
How do I keep him still in the lineup? How many times have you stood in line only to have some errant animal throw the whole thing into chaos.
Clemens Dierks and the German Training Scale: Part 1. Useful for those of us who are really serious about improving...lots.
When it's too cold to bathe your horse...6 Step hot-towel stain removal technique.
We have a new addition...a horse training book courtesy of Google Books and written by an old American Horse Master, J. S. Rarey and published in 1859! It is a complete guide to horses and thanks to Google it is offered at NO COST
Finally, since this site showcases horse training from the Masters of the Art, have a look at this from Jim Wilton. Jim is probably the model that most Australian trainers have followed.
More news in a couple of weeks...stay safe!