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  2. georgia_perl

    Red String events

    NEXT RED STRING EVENT!!!!!!! Join us on the Australia Day weekend for a fabulous Red String Beach Ride! We will meet at Dundowran Beach in Hervey Bay Qld on Sunday the 27th of Janurary from 10am until 2pm. The tides for the day are looking perfect! Low tide at 10am means for our first ride we will have plenty of beach to play on. Then we will get together for a sausage sizzle lunch and after lunch we will hit the beach again and the tides will have come in making it perfect for swimming with our horses. Hitting the beach is going to be so much fun!! PLUS - to make it an even bigger weekend, Meredith has offered FREE camping at Woolooga on both Saturday and Sunday nights. At Woolooga either bring some food to throw on the BBQ or try out the towns Indian Cafe or the newly re-opened Rusty Pizza Bar! So whether you decide to join us just for the day ride, or the whole weekend by camping at Woolooga you can look forward to fun get togethers and plenty of support out on the trail. Red String events are all about celebrating where you are at with your horsemanship and having fun using your red string skills. The cost for the ride is $10. Please pay by following this eventbrite link. https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/red-string-beach-ride-tickets-52510551473 Note that bookings firlmy close on Monday the 21st of Janurary. If you are planning on camping at Woolooga on either Saturday or Sunday nights to break up your trip, it is free but please contact either Meredith or Georgia to RSVP and let us no if your thinking of ordering food from one of the resturants so we can give then a little heads up If you have any questions contact Meredith or Georgia or email enquiries@quantumsavvy.com We can't wait to share another great Red String Ride with you!
  3. Join us on the Australia Day weekend for a fabulous Red String Beach Ride! We will meet at Dundowran Beach in Hervey Bay Qld on Sunday the 27th of Janurary from 10am until 2pm. The tides for the day are looking perfect! Low tide at 10am means for our first ride we will have plenty of beach to play on. Then we will get together for a sausage sizzle lunch and after lunch we will hit the beach again and the tides will have come in making it perfect for swimming with our horses. Hitting the beach is going to be so much fun!! PLUS - to make it an even bigger weekend, Meredith has offered FREE camping at Woolooga on both Saturday and Sunday nights. At Woolooga either bring some food to throw on the BBQ or try out the towns Indian Cafe or the newly re-opened Rusty Pizza Bar! So whether you decide to join us just for the day ride, or the whole weekend by camping at Woolooga you can look forward to fun get togethers and plenty of support out on the trail. Red String events are all about celebrating where you are at with your horsemanship and having fun using your red string skills. The cost for the ride is $10. Please pay by following this eventbrite link. https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/red-string-beach-ride-tickets-52510551473 Note that bookings firlmy close on Monday the 21st of Janurary. If you are planning on camping at Woolooga on either Saturday or Sunday nights to break up your trip, it is free but please contact either Meredith or Georgia to RSVP and let us no if your thinking of ordering food from one of the resturants so we can give then a little heads up If you have any questions contact Meredith or Georgia or email enquiries@quantumsavvy.com We can't wait to share another great Red String Ride with you!
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  5. Meredith

    Our Camp Brumbies are for sale

    Hey!.....just realised you said Arwen!!! Is she for sale again? Mel.....you can keep your pony. Wonderful. We seem to be getting a collection of Brumbies. Up to 4 now.....and those of you lucky enough to be coming for a QSE camp, clinic or lessons here at Woolooga and partnering one of our lease horses, will get to experience them first hand. M
  6. retrorods

    Our Camp Brumbies are for sale

    Someone should snap up these little beauties. They are very lovely and had a QS start - winning!
  7. retrorods

    Bella and Hannah L2 Short Range yields

    Great to see you getting your level 2 assignments up! Good luck
  8. Meredith

    Our Camp Brumbies are for sale

    These are THE most wonderful horses and we can personally vouch for each of them, that they've had a fabulous start with QS already. Jen, if you do up a flyer for these guys, I'll send it out with the next Community Newsletter. M
  9. Shane

    Our Camp Brumbies are for sale

    Oooo I'd like one, wait!! I still have one to pick up.
  10. Judy

    Our Camp Brumbies are for sale

    Awww, I've already fallen in love with one these beauties! What a shame that you are so far away...I'm sure they'll all find great homes! Good luck and how exciting!!
  11. Hi guys, I'm pretty excited to let you all know that several of the Brumbies we trained in November are now looking for homes and the next step in their training, these horses have had the best start to their training you could possibly want. Please let me know if you would like any further info, we can also make arrangements for agistment and or training here at QS Geelong too. They are all eligible for registration with the Australian Brumby Horse Registry. All you would need to do is become a member and send in their Authenticity Certificate. All brumbies offered for sale from the VBA are gelded (colts), microchipped, wormed, deloused and vaccinated for tetanus. All proceeds from these sales go directly back to the VBA and to enable us to rescue another horse, so in fact by buying one you save two. How cool is that! VBA ARWEN Arwen is a four year old mare who was caught from the Long Plain area of the Kosciuszko National Park in New South Wales. Arwen was rescued from the sale yards only days after her capture and has been a model student at the VBA. She is a stunning flaxen chestnut mare, who we expect to mature around 13.3hh You can see some of her updates on Mel's facebook page $1500 VBA CALYPSO Calypso is a three year old gelding, who was caught from the Long Plains area of the Kosciuszko National Park in New South Wales. Calypso is a medium framed, flaxen chestnut gelding with bling who will mature around 14hh. Calypso is a really quiet gelding who is looking for someone with patience to bring out his beautiful personality. He just LOVES a scratch! He is growing into a best friend kind of horse who really deserves a home to call his own! $1250. VBA HUNTER Hunter is a three year old gelding, who was caught from the Long Plain area of the Kosciuszko National Park in New South Wales. He is a super solid, chestnut gelding who’ll mature approx 14.1-2hh. Hunter is super smart, very trainable and is learning to really communicate with his trainer. He enjoys going for walks and applying on the obstacle course here and would be perfect for someone who is looking for a natural horsemanship ‘friend’ to have a lot of fun with. $1250
  12. Meredith

    Congratulations Tracy!!!

    Way to go Tracy and BIG! A fantastic effort and very well deserved achievement for you both. Congratulations. M
  13. retrorods

    Congratulations Tracy!!!

    Such a joyous moment - well done Tracey and Big Fella, looking forward to celebrating this achievement with you soon!
  14. retrorods

    Floating

    "Come on mum lets get moving! I am so excited to be going somewhere" I can see big fella saying that! Does he do it when he floats alone? Just also check that you don't take him off until he is standing nicely for you and not pawing, if he does it when you arrive somewhere and waiting to come off.
  15. Judy

    Monsters in the bush

    First update...Zoe was AMAZING today, even with all the rain and a lot of puddles on the ground! Barely ghosts and she was listening and thinking most of the time. Hmm...it's always the same when posting sth on the forum, isn't it? Afterwards it all works so much better somehow LOL must be a concious shifting thing...I have to add though that we weren't alone in the arena, so it was easier for her to feel safe. Let's see how it works next time when we are alone. Will let you know! Oh, and I've found out today that the bush monsters are most probably a fox family Important info for me, as I like foxes - perhaps this will also affect Zoe positively
  16. Judy

    Monsters in the bush

    Hey Jill and Bindibo, thanks for your answers! Zoe was definitely more nervous and frightened in the past, especially at this time of year, but since starting with QS it has really improved and I think that she is trusting me more now. But still not enough to completely avoid such moments. Hm, it'll come, I assume...? Mainly I notice that I myself can take her triggers more relaxed now, cause I've learned what to do and that it is so important to show our horses that they are safe with us. Well, at least that's what I try to remember in such moments. Zoe hasn't been like this for a long time, which is really great. I just wasn't sure if I did the right things the other day, cause it all happened so fast, but luckily my own instincts seem to have also changed Jill, it happened when I left the paddock to take Zoe inside, for this we have to cross the arena and Zoe was already very nervous and watching at the bushes. I thought I should try to soften her (lateraly) and get her relaxing a bit before we went into the stable. Maybe the wrong decision or too much for Zoe? I mainly did what Bindibo described...it was on the 7' rope, nothing new and not long. Yes, only to keep her mind active, all short range stuff, personal space was ok. Zoe still quite nervous, though. Then, when she exploded, I just tried to ask her to soften and calm down a bit again and as soon as she responded, I stopped on this with a hqy and a pause. It took all in all approx. 10 minutes I would guess...then we left the arena. Will keep you posted about the upcoming days!
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