Every horse is an individual, so it is important to find a trainer who matches your horse care ideology.
You can’t build a house without a foundation… it’s the same for horse training!
It is great to have aspirations and goals and it is important to have a clear plan on how to achieve them
So…what’s been going on in the Sense Equine world of late? So much! It’s been a little stressful, but I think we are now on the other side!
Did you know that one of our key features for many of the DP saddles is a special “scoop” at the back?
When you have a young, rescued or inexperienced horse, it is inevitable you will encounter challenges.
Good horsemanship is not solely good horse training, but also mindful horse care.
Owning a youngster is an incredibly rewarding experience. It is also one which requires sensible consideration and realistic expectations.
Artist’s berets at the ready, if you please! Here is an analogy for you to think about…