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Loveable Rogue – Part Two

By Stacey Chamberlain

Of course it had to happen. It was only a matter of time before one of my epic struggles with Harry was witnessed by another horse owner on the yard. Except this time we were trying to get from the field to the stable. Well, I was trying to. Harry was not. My well- meaning […]

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Loveable Rogue Harry – Part 1

By Stacey Chamberlain

It is dark. About six fifteen in the morning. I am standing, alone, in the yard at a livery stables not far from my home. When I say alone, this is not strictly accurate. I mean, there is no other person around. This is probably a good thing as I have been standing in the […]

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A Second Dance

By C.A. Ginart

In a lifetime around horses, many of them were treasured family and teachers of an uncommon kind. Usually the best of them had something that made them “undesirable” and a hard sell for their previous owners. A hard running, hard knocks, leggy, bay thoroughbred mare named Ressa Beaux was one such ”undesirable”. We loved her […]

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Amazing Horse Reunion

By Mark

One of the HorseConscious readers wrote to us some time ago to share a little video she had made about a reunion of some of her horses – it has to be seen to be believed. What is even more amazing is that a year or so later and the video has had over 6.25 […]

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Dooie’s Words of Wisdom

By Suze Kenington

Most horse owners are familiar with that sinking feeling when they know, in their gut, something isn’t right. This feeling chilled me to the bone early one calm summer’s morning. It was to be the last time I felt this for Dooie. She had been my teacher for 8 years and arrived as a hyped up thoroughbred mare […]

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