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Sam's Journey Into Pippsway of Natural Horsemanship - A Client's Story.

August 3, 2019

Today was such a lovely day. I’d had a really enjoyable time at the yard and was enjoying the pleasure of getting my horse Bronson groomed and tacked up ready for his canter work with Pip. Bronson is a thoroughbred and part of keeping him so mentally contented and phys...

June 21, 2019

Pip has been freeschooling Henry, a new horse that has come for backing, with my horse Bronson. Bronson does such a great job of looking after the newbies, showing them how things are done at Pippsway, and it’s always such a treat when I am around to watch him in this...

May 19, 2019

Neptune is a beautiful Arab gelding that Pip recently adopted from Fearne Animal Sanctuary. After a very sad start in life, being kept in a stable and starved for 3 years, he has been rehabilitated for a year at Fearne and has now landed firmly on his hooves in finding...

May 16, 2019

Having allowed my weight to creep up over the last few months, I found myself in a position where I couldn’t ride. All horses have a maximum riding weight (this includes the rider, plus the weight of their riding garb and tack) and although some people think that the b...

May 4, 2019

Today I had the privilege of watching a new horse being introduced to the herd. It’s always a pleasure to see, but this was even more poignant than usual as this little horse is a rescue. Pip had mentioned to me some time ago that if she could have her choice of any ho...

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