- No Fear, No Force is continuing to sell well and I'll soon be ordering a third reprint. It's becoming the standard text and technique used by most of the charities and organisations that handle semi-feral foals and I am seeing feather dusters everywhere!
These are just a few of the comments on the Amazon feedback page and it seems that my parcel handling skills are not too bad either....
- "Arrived safely with almost supernatural speed thanks"
- "The book arrived almost before I'd ordered it! thanks."
- "Excellent service and a wonderful book."
- "Got feral foal from dartmoor - essential book"
- "brillant reading really helped with my wild foal"
- "Excellent book, would reccomend for anyone with a young horse! "
- "Very efficient service with an excellent book which has already proved its value"
- "excelent little book, everything in it that you need to help with your wild pony"
The book is available through Amazon or direct from me at http://www.logicalhorsemanship.co.uk/?page_id=21
In a couple of weeks, weather permitting, I will be filmed with Kelly Marks by Horse and Country TV handling a semi-feral New Forest foal called Lark. She is still out on the Forest at the moment with her mother, Mouse, and we just have to hope that the agister can find her in time. Mouse is friendly but I am told that the foal is pretty flighty. The good news is that the agister is going to bring them in gently and Lark will not be abruptly weaned as Mouse is coming in with her. Cross your fingers and hooves that we can find them and that it doesn't rain on filming day. We are also working with a pig phobic horse called Lily.