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  1. Today
  2. Was a great Weekend. Cannot wait for the next one, counting down already and working through my homework cards..
  3. Our horses really are a product of our making. Not the easiest thing to admit at times...
  4. Kerensa01

    Problem-solving

    Hmmmmm, me thinks I better get to work on my lateral thinking. These fireside chats have got me hooked!!
  5. Brilliant stuff (technical jargon there!)
  6. Bindibo

    Horse fun

    Great hanging out and watching the gang. Afternoon things is hanging around on the front steps of the house where the brezze comes under the house and the shade is blissful ,coolest place to be in the arvo, I read a book, they laid down, check me out sniffing, realxing , falling a sleep generally we are all just doing our thang! Together is something special.
  7. Bindibo

    It's not about the task!

    You can really get stuck on the task its only when the ""light bulb goes on""" that we as human realise that the task is just the path we to follow . Release is the task. Loving the journey .
  8. Fair to be fair!!! 40 degrees in the shade , brain cooked. Everyone was scored on the 16 obstacle out of 5 . But we all laughed and had a ripper day . Live and learn ¡¡¡¡¡¡
  9. Yes of course Kerensa. Georgia will be posting these very soon so we can watch and share away. M
  10. I love these Fireside Chats! This one was a “Listen, Learn and Laugh” for me! Thanks Shane,Meredith and Mel!
  11. Meredith

    Horse fun

    LOL...love it Simone. Ruby i really loving that water. How sweet is that funny girl. Our lot love water too.....Char;ie especially loves to get into the smallest of puddles for a roll. And the Brumbies!.....they get fully into our troughs and splash around. They'd empty them if they had half a chance. Our poor fish....I pity them when they see a Brumby headed their way. M
  12. It was a lot of fun......if only we knew who the winner was! (someone forgot to time the runs ) Charlie did so well with her first time faced with obstacles. Oddly the scary spider was no issue, neither was the belly height tickly pool noodle thing. Even the car wash wasn't so bad. But!.....that passive caterpillar and the very shallow puddle of water proved to be our nemesis's.....even though Charlie is otherwise always such a water baby. We did managed to just squeeze through the hoop thingy (thanks for making it extra large) before Fiona and Coolie trashed it. Thanks for a great day everyone. And Merry Christmas. M
  13. Yesterday
  14. He is such a little ripper isn't he Jen. I really like him.....loads of play drive and fun in this little guy. How were his teeth Jen? Did you get much of a look. Generally teeth and feet reflect each other so I'm interested to hear what you found? Working on one will help the other. M
  15. Thanks Gurus! The timing for this chat couldn’t be more perfect. We have just completed Mels RFT Clinic, and it really drove it home that “it’s not about the task” Reminder - don’t get Task Focused!
  16. Hey Jen whats up with his back feet . I reckon if a horse has teeth work and they have been sore they understand its not to bad the process . I 've witness it for my self many times.
  17. Fantastic chat! I must keep this in mind, especially when I’m filming assignments, as the time requirement brings out the Phase Monster every time.
  18. looks like a real giggle ~ great ideas, i love the Benicorn and the spider barrel x
  19. Can you believe its been 12 months already. Thought you would like to see a photo of Boston, getting his first teeth rasp. He took it all in his stride and even accepted the gag really well too. It wasn’t too evasive, just a introduction to having his teeth done. And Luke aged him at 4 so a little younger than I thought He’s currently also getting body work done for those back feet. Hopefully with continued management they will right themselves down the track. He’s a rippa little horse. Thank you Meredith for giving him such a great foundation!
  20. Looks like heaps of fun! Merry Christmas everyone!
  21. Book now....attend with a horse or horses, as an auditor or send a horse along for training. What a fabulous opportunity for anyone wanting to further their skills and accelerate their horsemanship journey. You don't have to be a trainer to attend. If you want to increase your knowledge and skills exponentially (Quantum you Savvy!) then be sure to book your spot and be there with Shane in March.
  22. Wowsers!!! Such a generous Christmas pressie!! I’m keeping my fingers crossed!!!
  23. ATTENTI0N QS MEMBERS.....our big bumper Christmas newsletter will be going out next week. And along with it, some lucky QS members will be winning over $10,000 in prizes. To make sure you are in with a chance, check that your membership is current and that we have your correct postal details. All you have to do is check your membership account details on the Forum. https://www.quantumsavvy.com/Members/member I know we have a few members who don't have their full or most current address on our data base as we have a few letters that came back to the office from the last newsletter. We are doing our best to contact everyone and let them know to update their details, but if you could all please just double check....we'd hate you to miss out and we want to be sure TO GIVE ALL OF THE PRIZES AWAY! If we don't have your full and correct current postal address you could miss out on winning one of these fabulous prizes that include 2 x QSE camps and 2 x horse training weeks with Shane or Meredith. So get on to it and check it today.....you've got to be in it to win it! M
  24. Hi Vicki...what a terrific recap. Thank you. Re the lateral softness over the jump..yes! You can do either. You can ask that foot to come under as it pushes off from the ground or once it is in the air. It really just depends on how well she is listening to your ask and how softly she is offering it. You'll need to really be sure your space suit is nice and round when you do so that she softens around it. Great job with your homework Vicki. Only 1 blue tick to go!!!! I see a green string on it's way this summer! M
  25. Last week
  26. We have just had our first summer lesson here at Murwillumbah & it was terrific. Fun, thought provoking & motivating. Meredith is the most marvellous teacher. I forgot how much I enjoy the company of other QS students. Whilst we got back to basics with short range circles and barrel jump, approaching it from a Harmony in Motion perspective added a more intricate level of communication with our horses. We learnt that it is also a good assessment tool for how your horse is feeling & travelling. Communicating with individual feet blew my mind! Backwards falling leaf is really getting Dusty & I thinking hard. I was reminded to give release in motion when Dusty was in the right position. I had not been giving her enough release. It’s an excellent task for getting those hindquarters working. I am working on my long range HIM assignments & h/q control (last assignment left for level 3). When it comes to the barrel jump, I am looking for Dusty to stay curved over the jump. She tends to straighten over the jump. Do I help her by asking her inside hind to step under as she is about to take the step over the jump or can I do it in mid air? Do I move with her staying near her hind & helping her curve? I think I’m still learning what to look for. Feel of the rope is an indicator. Head staying low. Hind foot landing under her. At this stage, she is tending to straighten over the jump. If not laterally soft I am going back to the short range.
  27. What a truly awesome experience! Think I should get a ticket for taking such fabulous marketing photos.. wink wink
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