The Horse Book(s) Are On!

Last fall author Kip Mistral approached me about turning my posts on horse and human training into a book for her publishing company Editions Mistral. (Click here to take a look at Dressage Sabbatical by Rose Casler) When I agreed, I started out with the intent of making sure people understood that from the horse’s […]

Beyond Acidophilus

My very latest summer 2015 catalogue of horse supplies includes a product that finally addresses my longstanding complaint about commercial horse probiotics. It turns out that someone out there was listening when I repeatedly asked WHY don‎’t horse probiotics have, if not variety, at least one single culture adapted specifically to the horse. As of […]

Kikkuli Principles of Horse Fitness

Thank you for coming to my blog.  I appreciate your interest, and want to let you know that the content of this post is being incorporated into a series of books published by author Kip Mistral through her publishing company Editions Mistral. (Click here to take a look at Dressage Sabbatical by Rose Casler.) Horse  […]

The Eighth Door and the Horses of the Mist

“Thus Charlemagne, emperor and king of the Franconians and Defender of Roman Popes, is to be the one who will destroy our old world. But finally, when his God, his Rome and his Popes will fade in their glamour and terror, people will start to remember what he has robbed us of. “ A Prophecy […]

Learn To See

By the time a horse begins to vocalize (groan) with pain IF they ever do make noise at all their situation is life threatening.  Noticing signs of pain , distress, and discomfort early on is vital in schooling and competition as well as horse keeping. Learn to see, not just look! Here are a few […]