HELP your temperamental Horse to calm & relax by bathing it with EquineLuxury “Recover Coat“ 100% Natural Horse Shampoo with Lavender & Rosemary. Read below 👇
"Recover Coat" Shampoo is designed to calm and relax stressed, anxious and or temperamental horses. This could be after a stressful experience or a hard training session, or just if your horse is having an emotionally trying day. Animals like humans react to stress stimulus in their environments and we at EquineLuxury do believe like we're sure many of you do, that horses have and experience emotions in a very real way. A skilled rider can tap into the mind and emotions of their animal and align with them to achieve synchronistic of movement and grace. Off the grounds, the track or the rink, it's important to care for your horse and nurture them in practical ways. Lavender Oil is famous for ability to relieve nervous tension, calming the mind and body, it's also anti-bacterial and a natural mozzie repellant. Rosemary Oil is well knows to relieve muscle pains and aches which is an important part of the recovery process. It's also known improve memory function and strengthen neural pathways in animals, which is critical when considering any form of training involves learning and remembering.
@laurencollinsphotographs just sent me lots of beautiful shots!
They are all so lovely I struggled to choose one for this post.
I’m obsessed with the glow of the window and the promise of blue outside.
I played @stablesouthampton
Интервью с @n.zaycevaa •
🌏Расскажи о себе
Меня зовут Наташа, мне 14 лет. Занимаюсь профессионально с августа 2017 года. Живу в Харькове, соответсвенно конюшня находится в Харьковской области. КСК конный двор •
🌏Расскажи о своём коне
У меня есть свой собственный конь-Арбат. Ему 12. Он очень честный и добрый. Он часто выручает меня😅 за столь короткое время мы с ним очень много пережили
🌏Был ли регресс ? Как с ним справилась ?Такое было, и слава Богу быстро прошло. Я просто понимаю, что я прошла через очень многое, и я не позволю себе останавливаться. Ну и конечно же поддержка со стороны друзей, родных и тренера. •
🌏Был момент когда не хватало финансов на КС?
Нет, мои родители знают, что этот спорт не из дешёвых, и они за ранее понимали сколько будет затрат. •
🌏Как относилась к людям которые негативно относятся к конному спорту?я Часто встречала людей которым не нравится этот спорт, и некоторые даже не считают его за спорт🤦🏼♀ но я уже не общаюсь с такими людьми😅
🌏Были люди на конюшне которые к тебе негативно относились ?
У нас очень дружная конюшня, и мы часто друг друга поддерживаем.
🌏Что можешь пожелать начинающим конниками?
Главное верить в себя и свои силы. Ставить цели и добиваться их❤
I get it. I'm a liability. I'm not perfect, I fuck up way more then I do things right. I'm insecure, self conscious and will always need reassurance. I don't have a lot to offer. I'm not outgoing, I'm rather closed off and can change in the blink of an eye from happy to sad. I get triggered easily. I don't open up or express myself easily. I tend to not tell people somethings wrong until it destroys me. I can be on the verge of a breakdown for days, even weeks before it calms down. I'm not the girl people fall for. I'm not the girl who makes friends or trusts easily. I'm not the girl who fits easily into people's lives. And I'm learning to accept that. Learning to accept who I am. All the imperfections that my brain uses against me I'm learning to accept. And even tho I have little to offer, I can say this... when I trust I trust fully and that's very rare. I fall hard, But love harder. I'm fucked up and made of broken pieces but I can promise I'll give you everything I got. It may not be much for some people but it's a lot for me. I've been super insecure about a girl recently but day by day I'm realizing I can be enough. That I'm never gonna be her, but that's completely okay cause I'm me. I'm me and I give my 100% into everything and am loyal. And maybe being me isn't enough for some people but it will always be enough for the people who matter. They'll be the ones who stick by and let me crumble so they can help build me back up stronger. I haven't been letting it show all that much but my demons are back full force, every day is a struggle and I've felt isolated like no one cares. But I'll get through it. I always do.
Soule Recreation Center // 1895 // Chapman and Frazer // The Soule Recreation Center, named for Augustus Soule, a Brookline Park Commissioner, was originally the stable and carriage house on the John G. Wright estate. In 1942, the carriage house and house were converted into classrooms and administrative offices for a school. In 1961, the town purchased the property for recreational purposes. In 1963 the house burned down, but the carriage house still serves as a reminder of the large estate which once stood nearby.
Photo is from last year but Farmer Mary is always happy to participate by bringing some of her animals and dressing as a shepherd at the Annual Live Nativity at St. Francis UMC in Cary. Tonight was the second and final night for this year. Hope YOU can be there next year!
Winterpast Farm Schedule:
Thurs Dec 13 OPEN 10-5 but parking lot is VERY snowy still!
Fri Dec 14 OPEN 10-5 (unless raining) then Farmer Mary takes animals to a Live Nativity at Reality Ministries 7-8pm 916 Lamond Ave Durham (rain may cancel this)
Sat Dec 15 OPEN 10-3 (unless raining) then Farmer Mary takes animals to a Live Nativity at Wellspring Church at Harris Creek Elementary School 4:45-6pm
Sun Dec 16 OPEN 12-5 (unless raining) then Farmer Mary takes animals to Tippett’s Chapel Baptist Church 2530 Shotwell Rd Clayton 6:30-8
Mon Dec 17 CLOSED so Farmer Mary can go pick up the Farmers Daughter
Tues Dec 18 OPEN 10-5
Wed Dec 19 OPEN 10-5
Thank you for supporting a small local farm family animal rescue.
Please read “your visit” at www.winterpast.org to learn how to schedule your visit, how to park “at a pig” 🐷in our small parking lot, how to pay (cash only!) and view a list of food you can bring to feed the animals. #livenativity#christmas#saintfrancisumc#cary#winterpastfarm#farmermary#mobilepettingzoo#ohholynight#thereasonfortheseason#barn#star#stable#carychristmas
While I wasn’t training Echo or Blue yesterday, I was researching the best way to rehabilitate an aggressive and fearful horse. I decided it would be best to get him to a smaller and safer enclosure so the rangers and a moved him to the paddock next to Dundull Stables. A ranger and I lassoed him while mounted using two different ropes so he couldn’t lunge at either of us. I brought Cloud along as my mount because he had done roping with cattle before and thought he would be used to the ropes. He did a really good job and I think he may have even liked this little Icelandic. Once we got him to the paddock I gave him some hay so he would associate me with receiving something positive. Aggression often stems from fear so I am first going him to trust me from a distance before any attempts at walking on a lead or riding. This is definitely going to be a challenge but I think that I am ready to learn with him about the bond between humans and horses. See you soon!