Entries by pauline

Hoof boots – for what reason….?

Hoof boots provide comfort for horses new to barefoot.  Imagine yourself going without your shoes for the first time – not too bad when your in your house, but when going outside on the footpaths and roads, it can be pretty uncomfortable. It’s no different for your horse.  While in his paddock he is comfortable, […]

2015 Trimming Clinics

Get a group of 20 together and we will come to you.  Contact [email protected] talk about possible dates. Saturday 11th April Trimming Workshop at Kersbrook Equestrian Centre Sunday 12th April Advanced Workshop at Kersbrook Equestrian Centre    

Horses and hay bellies

Do your horses have a hay belly and yet you feel you hardly feed them anything?  Here is a very interesting article written by Dr Eleanor Kellon which might help to explain why.  Click on  Let them Eat Hay

Horses and Climate Change

Have you thought about the impact of Climate Change on your  horse and his environment?  HorseSA facilitated a very informative workshop 2012, this was published (link is below). There was also an article about it in the RIRDC Newsletter (link below also).  As time goes on there will be much more to come on the […]

Host a trimming workshop in your area

Workshops are held where the demand is. Get a group of interested people together and host one in your area.  We can provide you with posters and flyers to assist you in getting enough people together to hold the workshop. This is what we need to run a workshop:- 12 – 20 people Room large […]

Two wonderful little books with heaps of info – In the shop for just $14

Two fantastic publications by Marg Richardson (www.thefunctionalhoof.com) and Jen Clingly (www.wildabouthooves.com.au). The Bare Facts – is packed with information on the horse, the environment and feed – as we know unless the movement, feed and environment is right, your horse will struggle to get the hoof he needs.  This little book gives you ideas and […]