Monthly Archives: September 2016

A truly amazing day . . All fours trimmed and rasped back . . halter-less, without a flinch of fear. Thank you all.

We were all so proud of this wonderful Horse, these words below say it all.   But a huge thank you has to go to Stevie, the blacksmith with gentle and understanding hands –  

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And a message to all who thought this horse should be put down . .

Na nee na neenana!   ‘Hours of patience continued my, what was small and narrowing, tunnel of  hope, and gave me my voice and choice’ . . . thank you to everyone who has spent time with Lauder Lass, she is … Continue reading

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Patience, 50/50 Communication always results in TRUST

To think that Lauder Lass was so scared of humans that she’d run away from any human, but her true story, amongst other animals we have worked with, completely proves that Patience is the most important thing to hold, then … Continue reading

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Lauder Lass rarely lets her adopted son far out of her sight.

Prior to Lauder Lass’s arrival we were told she had given birth to about 5 foals, and certainly looking at her teats there had definitely been signs of her udder, at some stage, being suckled from. When Lauder Lass was first let … Continue reading

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A trusting eye speaks a million words . .

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Lauder Lass meets Sophie – an amazing 9 year old who completed a mammoth mission of walking 33 miles in 48 hours.

Lauder Lass had a lovely visit today from a wonderful family of 5 including their daughter Sophie – an avid book reader and a unique 9 year old who raised nearly £400.00 for her local Cub / Scout Group, 1st … Continue reading

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