When training horses or rehabilitating them from an injury, we take a lot of notes, pictures and video. If we have permission from the owner of the horse, we try our best to make a case study to post up in hopes of helping others. Our case studies can take anywhere from just a month to a year or more to build up depending on what is happening with the horse.

Each of the case studies below catalogs the progress of each horse we have had the time to document online and are updated regularly. If the case study is finished, then that is noted at the end of the article, if not then we’re still working on it. For us a case study is the accumulation of information gathered while working with the horse, and owner sometimes, to what is usually a clear goal. It might be simply clearing up a hoof problem, to doing everything from groundwork to saddle training and further. Each horse is different which makes each case study different and interesting all the same.

If you have any questions on the case studies below, please don’t hesitate to call or send an email as we’re happy to answer.

Case Study – Ivy

We’d like to introduce Ivy, a 2015 filly from Alberta. Ivy is a beautiful little girl with an inquisitive set of eyes with the fluffiest of coats. She arrived with almost no handling being done outside of getting her on a trailer and other minor interaction for feedings and leading. Ivy is the type of…



Case Study – Willow

This case study is about a 16 year old off the track thoroughbred mare. In November of 2014, she was initially diagnosed as previously foundered and acutely laminitic. Her past history is a mystery up until about 2 years ago, but research and intuition has found that she foundered in the past and has been…