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Sporting Post, 22 April 2015: ‘Profile’

If you spend enough time in racing yards or sales yards, pilule you may notice a figure in the background. He’s a tall, site solidly built man with dark hair, a moustache and frequently sporting a pair of dark glasses. He’s usually discretely positioned...
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Parade Magazine, July 2012: ‘The Horse Magician’

ACTOR Robert Redford endeared himself to millions of moviegoers around the world when he starred as Tom Booker in his self-directed, 1998 feature film The Horse Whisperer. By hook or by crook, the award-winning drama also served to popularise the term ‘Horse Whispering’ as...
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Carte Blanche, M-Net, January 2001

THEY say that horses can’t be too intelligent if they allow people to sit on their backs for more than a split second. But they can communicate though body language. American Monty Roberts was the first man to popularise talking and listening to horses,...
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Animal Talk, January 2001: ‘Equine Ministry’

SOMETIMES horses have moods, just like children; others are suspicious and have a sad expression in the eyes… almost like ill-treated children. It is not everybody who is capable of fixing these broken souls, as Malan du Toit of Joostenbergvlakte, Western Cape, will testify....
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