17th December, 2018

Hi John, just wanted to let you know that the colt I got your foal DVD for was gelded this morning and the vet was thrilled with his excellent behaviour and manners. So glad I got your DVD and got him handled whilst still a little guy

 

That’s lovely Carly and I thank You. We both appreciate it! Congrats and well done. Give Him a Kiss for me!….the Colt that is 🙂

Halter starting the Foal

 

15th December, 2018

Hi John,

I have a chronic windsucker, nothing worked on him as he is smart and would figure out how to suck with the device on. That is until I ordered your collar! He doesn’t even try to suck with your collar on! So, thank you for developing a product that works and will save my horse’s teeth.

Kindest regards,

Gaby Biviano

USA

10th December, 2018

And to those who don’t like hobble training. Here is one of my young horses found her half way into pig yards. Been there awhile not one mark on her
Christine USA

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Hi John

Peoria Sygnify (aka Ziggy) (grey) 2 years.

Bred by us, reared here using your methods. Sold as a yearling to Belinda, Victoria, whose doing a great job taking him on.

Best. Rosemary.

7th December, 2018

Also just wanted to say a massive thanks to John, when I first came up on the website a few years back now I was after a way to halter train my soon to be new foal. John then recommended a few other videos to make the perfect foal, leg restraints tying up etc. All I can say is wow, I remember seeing a photo where one of John’s horses stood for the vet for an ultrasound and I was just amazed. Little did I know that the same foal I halter trained, leg restraint would do the exact same thing. The vet came out for a little bit of hay in her eye I put the hobbles on her and the vet had told me that he never met a yearling stand so quietly especially with someone pocking in her eye.

So for that John I will be eternally grateful and now every horse I meet will go through this process.

Thanks John and Merry Christmas to you and Mrs HP 🙂

3rd December, 2018

Halter breaking this 4+ days old colt. Your methods of course. Alarm went off by bed, mare dialed 12 midnight in dry calm conditions in an outdoor foaling paddock, then all hell broke loose with the weather, a massive thunderstorm/mino tornado. An electric tape in the next field (One of my paradise tracks) broke, crackling up in the air like a kite, mare was going silly, running newborn foal away so we stabled them immediately to ensure her taking foal away was not consolidated. Hence, they are in the stable. Today, high winds and dust storm here from Broken Hill. Handling him three times a day. We have two stables made up and alternate them twice daily to ensure clean bedding. He’s going great. I’ve been looking for your ‘foal timetable’ online. It is my bible during foaling and beyond season. I’ve mislaid my hard copy. Please can you point me to the online version. Many thanks Rosemary & Charley

Thanks Rosemary and well done as usual. Here is the updated Article. Credit to You!

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Hi John, just wanted to thank you for sharing yours and Linda’s knowledge through dvds and online. I’d never of considered starting this wb mare prior to learning about your method. I’ve still have plenty to learn and practice so will just keep working on improving my skills. This was this lovely mares 4th ride and final ride in round yard before heading out and about. Thanks again

Well done Katrina. Not easy starting Warmbloods. They are dangerous and You have to be above average to do it. Great effort. Regards
Thanks have just bought the putting on the bit and leg yielding. Always looking to learn better wayd to produce a better horse and to listen to each horse. The biggest thing i learned from this horse is the importance of getting on, on the first day. By the time it was time for her first ride she was already use to me getting on and off both sides and seeing me out of the other eye.

Thanks Kat. I am very proud of working that one out and adding to the World of inventions.

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30th October, 2018

John

You’re a truly wonderful man for helping with poor Denny, the starving American Saddlebred stallion. So good to know he is in safe hands now.

Many many thanks from us as horse lovers and breeders/trainers of Arabian/Saddlebreds.

Thanks. He had a rough deal for many Years, at the Hands of a Bogan. He know knows what Green Grass is!!!

26th November, 2018

 

HP BITS FEEDBACK

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There has been an incredible level of success with these Bits, since I altered the wonderful design of the Myler Brothers, to include the Horses from the ‘Énglish Disciplines’, like PC, Dressage etc. We are getting success stories daily now, from around the World and particularly in Britain, where Bit Fit UK have put in writing, that Horses prefer my Bits over Myler ( a big statement) but true. My testing has also found this.
26th

Another one from an HBF Consultation today. It is your Hanging Cheek Barrell that the ended up with as the best for him: “I spent a fascinating afternoon with Claire and would strongly recommend her. Ted didn’t have any behaviour issues but I thought he was uncomfortable in the double jointed snaffle that I believed was quite mild. Due to his small mouth/ big tongue and dislike for poll pressure the bit was actually creating a lot of discomfort for him. Claire and I tried a range of bits and we watched as he lightened and became more open through his shoulders and more relaxed. When I think of how much I spend on other bits of horse kit, this is well worth the investment!”
The Consultant said: “HP Hanging cheek… difference was incredible within 10 minutes of further riding.

25th November

It is from one of my Horse Bit Fit Consultants,

The pony and rider are Trialing for the GB Squad!

The rider has ordered the bit from my website tonight.