When is it time?

I have already made mention in the social media of a horse that is cared for by one of my customers. A beautiful mare that actually belongs to a farmer but that has been tended to by my customer for some 16 years. Like so many people, my customer was convinced that – certainly...

Race to the Death

So, the verdict is out on the 2012 Grand National at Aintree. Everything possible had been done to insure a safe race. A result no doubt welcomed by organisers, authorities, owners and trainers alike. Sadly, it does not help Synchronized nor According to Pete, the two horses that died in the race; nor does...

Site Update

We’re rolling out a new multilingual version of the site in the next few days. The current means of language choice is not ideal and makes for difficult updating. If you notice we are offline, don’t worry – we’ll be back again very quickly. Hopefully within about 10 minutes!...

The Perfect Hoof

In practice, we know that the “perfect hoof” doesn’t exist – but it does not stop us from trying to portray it… Of all the photos I’ve seen, this is the one that really stands out in my mind as being the public portrayal of perfect and the natural portrayal of mistreated: To the...

Natuurlijk is niet natuurlijk…

Om de zoveel tijd – eigenlijk vrij regelmatig – vindt men een artikel in een tijdschrift, krant of op een website dat van de gehele beweging rondom natuurlijke verzorging onzin probeert te maken. Vaker zijn het de mensen van de traditionele “ambachten” die bang zijn dat hun veilige inkomstenbronnen in gevaar komen. Dit is...

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