• conscious horsemanship

    A new riding lesson from Lucky – turning

    Lucky enjoying some TTouch on his back before we ride. You may remember that Lucky suggested that he should give me riding lessons.  Our first session set the groundrules (no tack at all) and also established that Lucky feels I have…

  • animal & human wellness,  horses

    Horse first aid kit

    A first aid kit for horses can be a real lifesaver.  Generally, I divide first aid supplies into 2 categories – those that are for critical life-saving intervention where seconds count, and those that you have time to go to…

  • conscious horsemanship,  horses

    What’s in a name?

    Words have power.  Names have extra power.  The meaning of a name reflects on, and influences, the owner of that name. In many cultures, children are given a temporary name at birth.  Later, an adult name is chosen, usually in…

  • goats & sheep

    Updated – Goat nutrition at Oak Hill

    My last post on the full Oak Hill program was a couple years back.  I’ve learned more since then about what works best for my herd on my land.  This feels like a good time to update my readers on…

  • conscious horsemanship

    What herd do YOU run with?

    written by Carrie Eastman, Tabby M., Bodhi (equine) and Salty (equine) In the past, my blog posts have usually been written by me (though I suspect a guiding hand or hoof behind many of them).Recently, I shared an experience with Jeep,…

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