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Jan 15

 Cookies for horses

  posted by helyn on 15.01.10 21:20 as Share Horse Tips




Your horse will love the sweet crunchiness of these cookies. They keep well in an air-tight container. Never feed too many treats too often.

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Ingredients:

  • 1 ˝ cup all purpose flour
  • 1 cup bran
  • 1 cup molasses
  • 1 cup grated carrot or apple

Preparation:

  • Preheat oven to 375F
  • Oil two cookie sheets
Put aside a small bowl of white sugar and a drinking glass with a flat bottom.

In a large bowl mix all the ingredients thoroughly. The mixture shouldn’t be too wet, and should stick together. Add more flour to make the mixture firmer and hold together if necessary. Drop by teaspoonfuls, about 1 ˝ inches apart on a greased cookie sheet. Grease the bottom of the glass, dip it in the sugar, and stamp the cookies to flatten them slightly. Bake for about 10 minutes. This makes about 25 cookies, depending on the size. Store in an air-tight container or bag.


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Oct 15

 Clinics

  posted by helyn on 15.10.09 08:54 as Share Horse Tips




Jean Luc's clinics......

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Oct 8

 Hello Equine World

  posted by helyn on 08.10.09 18:03 as Share Horse Tips




Imagination was given to man to compensate for what he is not, and sense of humor to console him for what he is.” (Unknown)
In an equestrian world where opinions allow very little room for knowledge and humor, this newsletter is an Island. Anyone walking on the sand of a new Isle will explore the new world and discover than in fact the Island is a peninsula leading to a better world.

In this better world, horses and riders are partners. They are not business partners, they are life partners and it is a serious business to succeed in such partnership. It is also the success in life and humor is the smoother way to face adversity and preserve kindness.

Resistance to progress is the outcome of a pathetic and misplaced ego. It condemns both the horse and the rider to live and perform below their potential. For the rider, the situation engenders ...


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