Healing Horses the Classical Way
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Harry gives a brief overview of some
of the horses he has worked on.

Magical Phire

Chestnut Boy




Black Beauty

Fuller case histories can be found in
Harry's book:
Healing horses the Classical Way book




Magical Phire

Magical Phire was a young mare who had suffered a bad leg injury when attacked by another horse. This, and the fact that she was nervous and unschooled, created a real challenge but, after seven months of work, she showed great improvement physically and mentally.

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Magical Phire learned to stay
out on the circle in a good, balanced walk, without any contact on the lunge line.
  Magical Phire on the right rein in a rhythmic, balanced trot.
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A calm but active Magical Phire, trotting with good flexion of the joints.   Magical Phire in collected trot on the left rein, with no contact on the lunge line.
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Magical Phire achieves a correct, rounded left canter, again with no contact on the lunge line. At an earlier stage, she hadn't been able to keep on a circle in any gait, in either direction. Magical Phire looks at me to ask "what do we do now?"!


Harry Chaim Faibish - Classical Horse Trainer
Email: classicaltrainer@gmail.com  Telephone: 07581 142882
Classical and Remedial Training & Rehabilitation for Damaged and Disadvantaged Horses
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