Our horses live following, as far as possible, the principles of natural housing: they graze throughout the year in wide spaces, where they can gallop, roll in the meadow, eat good grass in quantity, rest in the shade of the forest. They are together, in a single pack, to satisfy their needs for protection, companionship and play, which only another horse can give. They are also unrolled and mounted without embouching. We have educated them according to the principles of natural doma, without coercion.
Morgana is our first horse, of the Frisian breed. Since he is with us his activities are being brushed, scrape carrots and enjoy a quiet walk.
Twister is an Arab thoroughbred. It is an affectionate little horse and a lover of pampering. Very generous of heart and enchanting movement.
Trinity is a beautiful crossing of quarter and paint. Considered aggressive and not rideable, we tore it from the slaughterhouse. After a long and patient education and a lot of pampering, it proved to be a balanced and affectionate mare.
Patty is a quarter, she was given to us in sweet anticipation. Now he is retired and makes the mother very thoughtful.
Brina is Patty’s filly. We called it that because it was born on a cold winter morning.
… and the story continues …