Learning to communicate

By Lizzie Hopkinson It’s difficult to answer the question about why you want to do something. The immediacy of the thought in my experience relies on being able to look …

What is ‘normal’?

By Sue Palmer In many scientific studies or in the development of new products, it’s important to find out what’s ‘normal’, before you can determine what’s abnormal, unusual, out of …

Who are you?

By Simon Palmer Can you answer that question? Who are you? For many people the answer is that “I don’t know”. They feel lost in a world that doesn’t seem …

The amazing Dorothy Brooke

By Sue Palmer Many of us have heard of the Brooke hospital, and plenty of us have supported it in one way or another over the years (https://www.thebrooke.org).  I never …

What’s in a name?

    By Sue Palmer “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet” Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet   A recent …

How technology has replaced time…

By Lizzie Hopkinson In the “good old days” (I use the term loosely – think of dentistry and childbirth…) we had more time. Traditionally grooms would sleep in the haylofts …

Para point of view

By guest blogger Ashleigh Jones The first month of 2018 has started on a high! After a month off, Prince has came back feeling better than ever. On the 8th …

Right shoes, right bag…

By Lizzie Hopkinson We studied an interesting article at Study Group Live (members only online study group – available through EHA) the other evening, about saddle fitting. The writer drew …

Where I come from?

  By Simon Palmer I recently was asked what photography qualification I had? None was my response, I have no letters after my name although I joked that I had …

How do horses see?

By Simon Palmer This news has caught my eye today for many reasons. As a professional photographer, a person interested in horses, and their welfare. It ticks all the boxes! …