I have now been back home in Australia for a week. It is quite a contrast to have the dust flying again and be feeding cattle after my travels through the U.K and Europe. To date, we have had 170 ml of rain for the year and that would be more than others. While stopping over with friends in Dubai I had the opportunity to go on a Dessert Safari. The image below is of a little bit of Dune Bashing, thankfully we did not get stuck in the sand and then there was the night entertainment as well. While crowd participation was encouraged thankfully it was not always necessary. Thank you Juan for your hospitality.
Thank you for all the support on both the U.K. and Europe courses and to those that sent horses to the young horse intakes in the U.K. I trust that everyone is getting along a little better with their horses. Below is also a: whats coming up: and a horsemanship article on: Trailer Loading ( Please click on the read more at the bottom )
Whats coming up:
- Green Horse Course Canberra, Oct 12, 13 & 14: http://www.davidstuart.com.au/course/aust-green-horses/
- Green Horse Course Qld, November 17 & 18: http://www.davidstuart.com.au/course/aust-intermediate-3/
- Horsemanship C ow Working January 19: http://www.davidstuart.com.au/course/aust-horsemanship-cow-working-2/
- Young Horse Intake Feb 4: http://www.davidstuart.com.au/course/aust-young-horse-training-2/
More info at: http://www.davidstuart.com.au/courses/
Aust – A.C.T. – Green Horses
It is a common occurrence where riders get their horses started and then are faced with; what do I do next. How do you progress to developing a dependable saddle horse.
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