As the world still reels from the impact of a pandemic and global protests, it would be ignorant of me not to acknowledge that we are in still in unique and difficult times. Our horses are as ever our comfort, therapists, and teachers. Now that some lockdown restrictions have eased, I hope you are all spending more time with your equine family and keeping safe.
In this issue, we have regular author Linda Parelli tell us about the mighty Remmer, and how he taught her the power of motivation with reverse psychology. Ross Cooper talks to us about loading pitfalls and how to avoid them, and Hanna Walton brings us the first part of her young horse series.
We welcome Equi-Ability who talk to us in this issue about the importance of finding zero. Justin Colquhoun is back, reminding us that consistency is the name of the game, and Bev Walton shares her personal journey of how she came to work with horses.
So enjoy, stay safe, and happy trails!
4. LINDA PARELLI
How Remmer taught her the power of reverse psychology
8. JUSTIN COLQUHOUN
How having a good routine can help you and your horse
10. ROSS COOPER
In the Midst of Winter
14. HANNA WALTON
Part 1 - How to avoid a false start with young horses
The UK’s map of horsemanship trainers, coaches and retailers
20. RUTH MILNER
The power of LED Light Therapy
Helen O’Hanlon discusses confidence and how strategies such as CBT can help