A site for those who like to think about horses – perhaps a little too much. From daydreaming to analysis, and everything in-between.
When I was first “bitten by the bug”, my family was in no position to buy me a horse, or even pay for regular riding lessons. So I read as many books as I could get my hands on, went to see my friends’ ponies whenever I could and spent any free time daydreaming, drawing, writing and otherwise thinking about horses.
Since then I’ve spent many years playing with ponies and working with horses, enjoying the journey from learning from aged horses to training (and still learning from) young ones.
The one thing I’ve learnt is that you never stop learning.
About Edgar the Professor
Edgar the Professor is the HorseThinkery muse. His academic career has led to him being widely recognised as one of the leading authorities on carrot selection and stable door opening. He is in demand as an after dinner speaker, and you may recognise him from his regular appearances on morning television.
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