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    Wow, this is interesting and scary to watch. I only watched a couple of minutes but it looked like the partition was actually helping keep him upright! What is an anti-scramble float? How does it differ from a regular float?
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    Congratulations Tracy!!!

    Congratulations Tracy and Big Fella
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    Lorna and Lordi

    Ah well done Lordi and Lorna!
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    Another little girl and another fabulous pony

    Congratulations Rhiannon and Tilly
  5. Congratulations Caitlin and Briggie
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    Liv has done it again!

    Woohoo...well done Liv and Ben. Looking forward to hearing about your adventures when you are back home.
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    I see BLUE!!! for Georgia and Perl.

    Congratulations Georgia and Perl . Awesome achievement.
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    And the Red String goes to....Judy and Zoe

    Congratulations Judy and Zoe!
  9. You are doing great with him Tracy. I know you both pushed yourselves out of your comfort zone in Thursley...but it was great fun wasn't it? It can be a bit frustrating when your horse keeps anticipating your next move, ...particularly when you are filming an assignment (hey Zabel? ) . So yes just keep changing the tasks to keep them thinking and focussed. I'm sure the rope grabbing will stop in time when he realises it's not getting him anywhere! Onwards and upwards indeed!
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    Older horses and QS

    Ha ha...that's awesome Tracy. Bless him, better dust off rope and halter!
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    Inspiration and motivation!!

    Me too Alexia
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    Purple Tick - HiM Liberty

    Awesome Luna. Well done!
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    Proud flesh

    My horse ripped his leg open a few years ago and ended up on 10 weeks box rest due to the location of the wound. When he was finally allowed out there was still a lot of proud flesh but I treated it with silver spray every day....nothing else. For a while nothing changed and at one point it actually started to look worse. Just as I was about to call the vet out again it literally disappeared overnight....I actually thought it had been knocked off it was that flat...except the silver spray was still there. It took a few weeks but healed in it's own time. So from experience I would be inclined not to fuss over it too much.
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    Challenges at every corner

    Hi Jack I think it is great that you have recognised and acknowleged your fears. It is very easy to pass the blame on to our horses when we aren't confident for whatever reason. I'm sure we have all had fear at some point in our horsemanship journey, I know I have. Stepping out of your comfort zone is good for growth for both of you but make sure you are not so far out of it that you are in the chaos zone as you won't achieve anything.....only more fear! Keep focussing on your goals and remember it's not a race
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    Way to go Liv and Matilda

    Yay!!! Congratulations Liv and Tilda. Awesome work. Welcome to Level 2!