Full Circle Equestrian – Blog
Part 5 – The Long Walk Home.
The beautiful yet heartbreaking journey to Rosie’s passing. Having time to plan and make her transition one that was peaceful and surrounded by her herd.
Part 4 – The Eye of the Storm.
Healing from infection, tracking the growth of the tumour, keeping her weight on and making sure she was comfortable.
Part 3 – Letting Rosie Guide the Way.
Exploring treatment options to keep her comfortable. Dealing with major infection, constant cleaning and always asking… is it time?
Part 2 – The Journey to Diagnosis.
From a deformed deciduous tooth as a 3 year old with an early warning from our dentist to the first signs something was brewing.
Part 1 – Why I’m Sharing Rosie’s Story.
What is Ameloblastoma.
Extract from Rosie’s Histology Report.
Treatment of Equine Ameloblastoma.
Yesterday was the Full Circle Equestrian Teams first training session in over two months. They have had a forced break from training due to my need for surgery and the recovery period that followed. Everyone nailed it! I was over the moon! It was a little windy and...
Does the groundwork we do with our horse really matter? You could ask me this question any day of the week and the answer would be a resounding Hell Yes! So often I meet people and their horses and the biggest challenge they are faced with is not being able to ride...
Have you ever wondered whether you are an advocate for your horse? I’m sure we’ve all been to trainers, coaches or clinicians either with our own horse looking to find answers to the problems we may be facing, or we have attended as fence sitters to perhaps determine...
Why the name Full Circle Equestrian? Well, to be totally honest… Bumpy chose it! One morning after breakfast I was pottering around and my pocket pony was helping me with my yard chores, as she often does, which got me reflecting on how far we’ve come. Once upon a...
I started riding at the age of 10 almost by default. My sister was the one who was “horse mad” and after many years of pestering our parents they finally gave in and took her for riding lessons. I would tag along and keep myself busy. But, one day my mother suggested...