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    Kids, family, horses and travel.

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  1. Thank-you Shane & Meredith. I agree entirely with your thoughts xx
  2. My best friend rang me in an awful state this morning to tell me her dear friend and neighbour died last night. She was kicked in the head by a horse. They think she might have been feeding. She was able to ring her husband who was working on the property to tell him he'd better come in as her nose wouldn't stop bleeding. By the time he got in she was unconscious and later died. 50 years old mother of two, experienced horsewoman. Such a tragedy...
  3. As hard as it was, I'm pleased to say that I have found Red a wonderful new home with a kind man who is going to do natural Horsemanship with him.
  4. Thanks everyone, I just want him to go to a good home. Thanks Jill for the offer to share. I've copied the you tube link for the video if you could share that? Or I could send you something via pm if that doesn't work? https://bit.ly/2IeHUcm
  5. I have made the very difficult decision of putting Red up for sale. He is a beautiful 10 year TB gelding. I have owned him for nearly 3 years and we have completed Level 1 of QS and are working our way through Level 2. He's a lovely natured boy, comes when he's called, loves a good smooch and will follow you around the paddock. He is very light to ride with an easy stop and back-up. We have done quite a few QS clinics, attended QSports and some Red string trail rides at Woolooga and the beach. He had a weeks training with Mel Peacock last year. He floats well. Can mount from either side, open gates while riding. He's good around noise such as mowers and cars. He has good hard hooves and is barefoot. Red is Hendra vaccinated and his Tetanus and strangles are up to date. He would be ideally suited to someone that wants to do the QS programme. Not suited to an absolute beginner to horses. His price is negotiable for the right home. He is very special to me and I really want him to go to a QS home and continue his education. I would consider a trial lease before purchase. Please see video below. If you would like any further information, please call me on 0435 016 591.
  6. Hi Luna, Red started scrambling after we had an accident where the float came off the tow ball & the horses were thrown around. I can understand why he became very nervous in the float as it was a pretty scary incident. After that I could still get him on the float but his legs were absolutely frozen in fear. With advice from QS I took out the centre divider and just starting asking for small sideways steps - this was with the car turned off and float not moving. Just rewarding the slightest try. We then eventually started again with the float moving but still with the centre divider out & then progressed to putting the divider back in. It has taken time but he's pretty good now. Good luck!
  7. Yay Simone So very happy for you!!!! Congratulations xx
  8. Well done Rhiannon! That's a super duper effort
  9. Good on you Liv! So nice to meet you as well.
  10. That is very exciting for you Caitlin! I'm so glad you got to come on the red string trail ride with us
  11. Congratulations Georgia Outstanding news, you deserve it! x
  12. Meredith do you have enough yards or do we need to bring tape & poles for fencing? I don't have an electric fence unit.
  13. Glad to hear you are all safe. Thanks to everyone for keeping Red safe as well. Shane & Meredith I'll come & pick up my float in the morning. Hopefully the firies will let us into Woolooga.
  14. That's beautiful Luna, well done! Your dedication keeps me motivated
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