Hi Aunty Anne, I hope you and your mum are well and looking forward to Christmas. I wanted to tell you about the exciting things mum and I have been doing since we spoke to you! Thank you for explaining to my mummy Jayne, why I was frightened to go in the trailer. She has listened to what you said and the first couple of times she gave me a scrummy apple with a tablet in it. I didn't like it very much as it made me very drowsy but it helped my fear. Daddy David helps with the loading and it still takes a while but, don't tell mum this, I'm actually being a rascal now and hardly feel nervous at all! I think it's a great way to get extra pony nuts! When we are on our journey I keep smelling mums top that she leaves with me. Mmmmmmmmm. She smells SO NICE! Dad bought me a radio but it isn't working very well. On Sunday we entered our second indoor sj comp. I got 2 rosettes and beat a lot of the big boys. Mum was ecstatic and made me feel like the cleverest horse EVER! Yum, I love all those carrots! So thankyou Aunty Anne for helping Mummy, Daddy and me. We can't wait to speak to you in 2009. Wishing you peace and health, Love, Tom.x
I was very sceptical about you talking to my mare but was proved wrong. Our mare was originally a brood mare in Ireland - she came over to Scotland to get broken in along with her foal – she has no issues and is a happy, relaxed and beautiful mare. She stayed for a year and then her owners requested her back to have a foal - we fell in love with her but were unable to raise the funds to buy her and she returned to Ireland. We visited her in Ireland and our once relaxed and happy mare had turned lifeless, twitchy and spooky. We managed to convince the owners that we should have her back for good so that we could continue her education. She returned about five months ago. Anne asked her name age and how long she had been here – I didn’t tell her any of the above. The 1st thing Anne said was that she had been here before and that she hadn’t understood why she had to go back and that when she had gone back she had been really depressed, the mare asked if she needed to have any more babies too and that we needed to push the work on as she wanted to catch up on lost time. She requested a new girth as she is quite ticklish and explained that she is still being a bit hormonal. The mare said she isn’t keen on flat work but loves jumping so I took the opportunity to get Anne to tell her she needs to get on with it before she gets the fun bit of jumping! I asked Anne to ask if she like the man that rides her and she said no and did it have to continue as he is very heavy in his hands and hurts her mouth, obviously it won’t be continuing! Although I didn’t have any specific issues to correct it was enlightening and reassuring to know that we are on the right path with our mare and that she is happy. I stand corrected in every way and will never doubt Anne’s extraordinary abilities again.
We first met Anne when she came to see one of my horses while she was on holiday not to far from here.
My horse had not been right from the day I bought him but he was having trouble with his leg which would swell up and down, and he would be lame most of the time. The vet had seen him many times and he had x-rays, antibiotics and pain killers. Even with all this he always seemed uncomfortable. I have to say at this point my partner of 20 years is a small animal veterinary surgeon, who at the time probably thought I had gone round the twist.
After all the things Anne told me about my horses, I think he started to have a better understanding of how she worked. We took all her advice and sorted out his leg also all his other problems of which he had many. She has also helped with my other two horses. Anne and I have become good friends, and my boys like to have a chat about once a month with Anne. It is not always for a problem, they like to keep her up to date with all that goes on around the farm. One horse likes to tell her he NEVER gets enough food!!!! It’s funny how he manages to be a little on the heavy side!!!!!!!!! There are times when Anne will still freak me out by what she says like the time I went to buy new rugs. I only decided that morning as winter was setting in and I needed to go to town.
I phoned Anne that evening and half way through the conversation she said the boys love the new rugs you bought today, “how do you know” I said. She said the boys had told her how smart they looked and were very pleased.
I can’t tell you what Anne has come to mean to me and the boys. We would be lost without her help at times.
Not only does Anne keep me in touch with my boys so we have a better understanding of each other, my boys and I have found the most wonderful friend we could ever wish to have in our lives.
Having spent over 30 years as a veterinary surgeon practicing the science of veterinary medicine and surgery I was extremely sceptical when my partner Caroline told me she was talking to a horse communicator. To me the idea of having psychic consultations by telephone was just plain daft.
However ….. I have been truly amazed by Anne’s ability to convey the thoughts, concerns and wishes of our three horses to us.
Her advice and guidance has been truly invaluable both in the way it has helped the horses and by the comfort and reassurance she has given to Caroline.
Bob Gardner B.Vet.Med. MRCVS.
Am not often lost for words but what Anne has done for me and my horses has left me speechless. After a bad fall and kick from a 17.3 warm blood, which left me in hospital with a perfect hoof print and suspected broken back, I had lost all confidence in myself and my ability with horses. I then purchased my most wonderful horse ever, sirloin, he is and always will be the ideal horse but I was still scared from the near death fall. Anne spoke to us and I was blown away by his response, I felt I could ride again without been scared. A year after I moved into my farm and I got Murphy, he has broken more bones in my body than I would care to count!!!! . at my wits end I called Anne , she told me that his willy was hurting and that he could not believe he was in a clean bed with hay , breakfasts, lunches and teas……..he had been forced to eat his own bed . The sore wilily turned out to be staphylococci which are rare in horses. 3 weeks ago I went to a horse auction……………….my heart ruled my head , a vile , grotesque being (I cant call him a man) was told by happa and trading standards to remove this mare and foal from the sale .. I bought them outside knowing they were dying...i knew if i could get them home they would leave this world in a happy calm loving place. , The foal has no hair on its ears and is covered in scabs from lying in sh.........owers. I spent hour upon hour with the foals head in my lap willing it to live , he was so dehydrated he could not stand without help……….i phoned ann and she listened to them, talked to them and told the foal ( jim ) to drink, and this is the most amazing thing I have ever seen , he drank some water . To most people this would seem like a coincidence ,but after the vet telling me it was a lost cause I can only say . Thank you Anne love from Hannah, sirloin, Murphy, Rosie and Jim x
Hi Anne ,
Just to let you know that Rosie and Jim are , against all odds , alive and very much kicking ! They have been out today for the first time in three weeks and wow..................... jim is like a race horse. i cant believe he is still here , let alone galloping and bucking , and i cant thank you enough , if you hadnt spoke to them i know he would have died ,
love hannah , sirloin , murphy , rosie and jim x