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Mary Ann Simonds

While many little girls growing up in Fresno, California in the 1960s dreamed of being “Miss Raisin Queen” or the “Cotton Princess”, Mary Ann...

Making the Barefoot Transition

What exactly is barefoot transition? Barefoot transition is the phase after pulling shoes when the horse rebuilds and restores his hooves, achieving a level...

Grooming

In many disciplines, grooming is an important part of competition. But it’s even more important as part of your horse’s daily routine. Grooming provides...

Good Fats are Essential

Diana, a patient of mine, was amazed when I recommended she add flax meal to her horse's diet. I explained that flax meal contains...

Composting Manure

What goes in must come out. This means horse guardians face a daunting challenge when it comes to manure management. The volume of manure...

Raising Foals Naturally

I love all kinds of horses, large and small, purebreds or half breeds, comical or stoical. But my highest passion is for foals –...

Creating a Natural Equine Environment

A natural equine paradise might sound like a difficult thing to achieve, but it’s actually easier than you might think. By designing an environment for...

Linda Parelli – Inspirational Women

In the world of natural horsemanship, the name “Parelli” has become a household word. As one half of that dynamic duo, Linda Parelli has...

The Importance of Breathing

Breathing is a bodily function that is, for the most part, an unconscious act. Thank goodness for that, because if we had to remember...

Keys to Natural Horsemanship

Communication, understanding and mutual respect are the foundations of natural horsemanship, and far more powerful than mechanical force or intimidation. By following some basic...