Compared with other studies reviewed, green clay shows potent adherent properties which yield excellent results on wounds that are severe and difficult to heal, while many conventional antiseptic products fail to adhere to the skin and are drained away by biological secretions without any healing effect, resulting in persistent infection.
This DVD (based on Jenny’s book by the same name) outlines a progressive system of dressage training through loose work, work in hand and riding, in particular using core breathing to communicate with the horse, producing better body awareness and core stability in the rider.
Book review of the new book by Canadian Author Cynthia D’Errico ~ Ground Manners . A Novel. It is an excellent first novel, partly narrated by the horses themselves (Black Beauty-style), back-lit by horse rescue/slaughter issues and the rich history of the Canadien breed and how it came to be the National Horse of Canada.