I have a lot of case studies, Gen....what to do with them all?
For me, I'd like to just move forward and generate the next level of data, the type of data I am trained and ready to make. The next steps need more than just me, though. The next steps need help from the global community of researchers and horse lovers alike. Funding, structure, organization and performance.
For you, a letter.
A letter in pictures.
I may sometimes complain about how hard and dangerous the work is, how under funded and under appreciated, and how I, and all good natural trimmers, carry the weight of the world's mediocrity on our shoulders, but the truth of the matter is, I am lucky.
I am so, so lucky to be able to give out true love.
I have truly helped you, or should I say the greater design of life has truly helped you, every second of your day and that is a gift, the gift of truly giving to another being, that is priceless to the giver.
I am the lucky one Gen. And I love you, dude. In the real way.
Aidan (or, as you know me, that pain-in-the-ass hoof-obsessed human that visits you every 5 weeks!)
See more on what we are looking at and talking about here in my presentation Natural Collection.