Thank you, Sambea Farm, Nova Scotia!

6645335Thank you Nathalie, and Julie, for hosting me for the two ‘ground-work’ seminars I taught there recently (Nov 5 and 6, and the evening of Nov 8).

I had a wonderful time. You have an amazing place. Wishing all of you there (horses and people) the very best! … see Sambea Farm.

The arena lighting was nominal, and the camera simple, but here are some photos:


sunlight on Luna…

working with Jaimie (left) and Valour, an amazing horse

a moment with Jamie (left) and Valour, an amazing police horse, needing more connection

Stan with Valour

Stan (right) with Valour

AJ and Dorota (right)

AJ and Dorota (right)

leading from behind, with spectacular Luna

leading from behind, with spectacular Luna

Standing with Luna

standing quietly with Luna

Delicious lunch with everyone!

Delicious lunch with everyone! (apologies, Stan:)

c/o Sambea website – a view of the farm, and waterways…

… thank you, also, to Carolyn, Robin, Stormy, Adi Da, and all the camels, horses and moving, living, things I ever knew… we’re all in this together…

And a very special thank you to Wendy Knowles who organized the two seminars, and everything around them!!!


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6 Responses to Thank you, Sambea Farm, Nova Scotia!

  1. I love what you do Stuart! And love hearing about it.

  2. Natalie says:

    Loved this Stuart, would so love to attend such a workshop. Or for you to write a book on your approach. And a doco about the Sacred Camel Gardens and your work is so needed and would be fantastic, hope it happens.

  3. Alistair says:

    Such feeling and wisdom you are bringing to others Stuart. And what fortunate horses to have this bestowed on them!

  4. Susan says:

    What a great event in Nova Scotia, Canada on the beautiful Atlantic. Thanks for the great pictures and write-up, Stuart and BIG thanks to Wendy for her initiative in making this happen. May this lead to many more such events.

  5. randall says:

    “leading from behind”….. brilliant! (in my humble opinion)

  6. Ciaran Mercier says:

    “well done !”

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