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Brook meets Pan

After an unfortunate start to her short life, things are really starting to improve for Brook.
With the approval of her owners, I have slowly changed her diet and am very pleased that she has put on 2kg.

If today is anything to go on - and it really is the norm - she needs that extra energy.
Training has included heel work on the lead and she responded very well. Later on Brook had a walk with a very different animal - Fran's Palamino horse. At 18mths he's not fully broken in so at the moment she takes him for walks - which also gets him used to all traffic etc.

But isn't it usual for everyone who lives in the country to walk their horse?

(and this was obviously not taken in January!)


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