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  LOWERING A HEAD THROWING HORSEíS HEAD
Testimonial By: Naomi        Publish Date: 2004-01-01

Dear Eugenie,

I hope you had a wonderful Xmas and here’s wishing you a great New Year!  I did so enjoy the September TTEAM training, and have been having great fun doing the groundwork with my horses here.  Molly, who tends to be difficult and always throwing her head up, has come a long way and now keeps her head down beautifully during the groundwork.  I did of course have her checked out to see if there was a problem causing the head throwing, and had her teeth rasped by the Vet as usual.  We can do anything with Macaroni the pony’s ears now after not being able to touch them at all when she first came to me.  We could hardly touch her legs too, but now she allows us.  Still have a way to go with her but itís so good to do it in this gentle caring way.

Thanks for the wonderful Newsletter.  The piece on Mouth work I find most useful as I have a pup who loves to chew everything in sight, and a fairly aggressive German Shepherd Bitch so will try this on them both!  So nice to hear what is going on in the big world outside and I have to admit I suffer pangs of envy when reading of all the wonderful Workshops that are going on.  Thanks very much.

With love
Naomi - Zimbabwe

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