Sally will challenge you to tune into your own bodies, to be congruent (thoughts, words and actions in alignment) and will show you the importance of energetic connection and communication.
Gunnadorah Sally was rescued from a station where the wild horses would often be shipped out as pet meat. She was approximately 18 months of age when brought in off the station and into the care of the Outback Heritage Horse Association of WA Inc. Shortly afterwards she found a home with a caring lady who lived in Margaret River at the time.
Sally was my second horse who I invested in when her owner decided to sell her and Sally joined Sophie at Wadi Farm Equine Learning Centre in late 2009. Sally did not settle in at Wadi Farm and subsequently was relocated to Equi Balance, a rehabilitation property in Bridgetown, Western Australia with a herd of mostly wild born horses.
Sally enjoys living at Equi Balance with her wild born friends who also work with me to provide equine experiential learning programs. Sally has been trained to saddle and enjoys both her ridden work and her client work. Sally will challenge clients to tune into their own bodies, to be congruent (thoughts, words and actions in alignment) and the importance of energetic connection and communication.