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The Saddle Rack Dilemma…

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In almost every tack room you will find something that damages your saddle, every time you put it away. Your saddle spends most of its precious life sitting on your saddle rack and so you may find it quite concerning that the very place you store your saddle is actually...
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Celebrating Milestones

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I used to believe that nothing could ever compare to a rider’s high (you know, the one that lasts for days after a good ride). Those few moments when you could not tell where your horse ended and you began while floating over the earth in bliss and harmony. It…

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Royal Winter Fair - August Equine - 2014

A Royal Success

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Officially representing at the Royal Winter Fair was an early milestone in our company re-launch as August Equine. We had a great show and appreciated everyone who stopped by to share updates and see our line of available saddles, girths and bridles. I was grateful for the help of friend…

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School of Lightness – “Ecole de Legerete”

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Sundays are a treasure in our busy lives and sometimes you spend them in the best way possible. In a barn, with friends, watching magical riding unfold! This past Sunday was just that. Nicole Weinauge from Phillipe Karl’s School of lightness was visiting from Germany and gave a spectacular demonstration…

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Ttouch Workshop

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This time last week we were almost ‘wrapping’ up our last day of Ttouch and Connected Riding clinic. Held in the picturesque scenery of Le Peche, Quebec we enjoyed 6 solid days of learning new techniques. We began the clinic with recognizing behaviours in ourselves and our horses and discussing…

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Our first clinic was a great success!

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We started off the day assessing muscle tension patterns and how they might relate to the horse’s behavior, posture and movement under saddle. Measurements were taken and analyzed and a few saddle trees were placed on the horses back to get an idea of how they interact with the horses…

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