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    Melbourne West, Geelong, Surf Coast, SW Victoria,
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    Passionate about brumbies, love my family, my dogs, my horses - brumbies! And of course, watching my two boys play baseball.

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  1. Thanks! I wouldn’t be surprised if Boston has some Andelusion somewhere way back as he has a couple of boney horns - only small.. either that or he is part unicorn
  2. I'll have to follow up on Enya for you Georgia, I think she is still at the sanctuary. Here's a photo of Boston, now at home with me. He's turning into quite a chunky boy! Excuse the mud!
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    Georgia could you please pm me the details I need for the Colt Start. Thanks!
  4. Sure is! 37 days..... Glad you are joining us Sharon
  5. I’ve really enjoyed following everyone’s journeys at QSE this year. You’ve all had such life changing moments at camp. Thank you for all the inspiring photos. I really looking forward to putting it in my diary for next year too
  6. Event Title: GO Chat - Impulsion as a Practice Day Theme Event Author: Brumbygirls Calendar: QS GO Seminar Calendar Event Date: 06/01/2019 08:00 AM Hi everyone, Georgia put up a fantastic post about having Impulsion as a theme for our Practice Days. This is such a good topic I've decided to extend it to our chat for this month. Here's the link to Georgia's post to get you inspired: http://www.quantumsavvy.com/board/index.php?/topic/11315-impulsion-pd-theme/&tab=comments#comment-111568 Please join us Saturday night for our Zoom meeting at 8pm Eastern Australia time. 6pm WA 11am UK 12pm Germany 1pm Greece Zoom Link Details: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/344586306 Meeting ID: 344 586 306 Find your local number: https://us04web.zoom.us/u/fbZd08KAbk GO Chat - Impulsion as a Practice Day Theme
  7. For me, it was very fitting the picture attached to that podcast on FB was Jett and myself. More than any other horse I've worked with, he has taught me so much about rewarding positive attitude. We butt heads constantly and the only way for us to work thru that is for me to focus on rewarding a positive attitude. Oh and did anyone else pick up that your horse only needs 3 tries to pick up something providing we ask right?... that means all those extra tries we do to get something right is just for our benefit. That was definitely something to ponder!
  8. Way to go Amanda and Sonia, well done
  9. I received some feedback last week from Colleen about a couple of our Brumbies. Calypso's owner loves him! He went to a training camp recently and blew the trainer away about his 'wild' heritage and did really well. (That's my boy ) Arwyn was sold to her sponsor in the end. She has Australian riding ponies and her granddaughter is a keen show jumper. After spending $6000 on training for her and the pony they discovered he has kissing spine so rather than spend another $6000 the granddaughter is going to ride Arwyn. They are amazed at her temperament and how chilled about everything she is. She just has a really lovely nature. Boston is coming home to me for awhile. I'll put some hours into him and see if I can find him a new home so stay tuned.
  10. So I bought a dremel... Its obviously the 'soft' option in regards to hooves and power tools. Its great but so slow I went back to my knife and rasp. Although I can see the benefits for really hard summer soles. Maybe I need to go more hard core on the attachment? Will get back to you on that one
  11. Sounds like a lot of fun! (is that Waratah in the pics??) and you have little cows - I appreciate that haha!
  12. Fantastic Dr Deb & Woody! Look forward to seeing what you can do in Level 2
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