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El Granero Viejo has a new kitchen

The El Granero cottage kitchen has just been updated with new work tops, curtains and electric oven with gas hob, plus some pretty tiles to finish it off – we think you will like it Please follow and like us:

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Flamenca’s story

Flamenca was 8 when she came to us. We agreed to take her on in August 2017, when her previous owner explained that she had terrible sweet itch and needed to live somewhere away from the mosquitoes (we are very lucky that we never suffer the problem here and rarely see a mosquito) . Her […]

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Irene’s story

Irene when she was first rescued Irene is about 23 now, though we are not 100% sure of her age as her paperwork is not genuine, but when she came to live with us in the autumn of 2014 we were told she was about 19. She is our guests favourite , it is just […]

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Sierra’s story

Sierra was very head shy when she arrived in February 2016. She was also a bit agressive towards other horses, putting her head down and charging towards them, though fortunately she was never agressive with people although she did seem very nervous of being touched and was impossible to catch. Sierra also had shoes on […]

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Goodbye Caña

6 months on It has been nearly 6 months since the sad death of our beloved Caña. I finally feel stong enough to write about her, though I will never forget her. Caña came to us in January 2016 along with another horse, Sierra. They had both been working at another trekking centre over the […]

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An update on our lovely Scarlett, such a special horse

Scarlett is a pure bred Andalusian horse. She is stunningly beautiful and she knows it!. She originally came to us on livery, owned by a friend, but as she turned out to be too feisty for the friend to ride we were given the ultimatum – either we could keep her or she would be […]

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Biomechanics of Equitation course 12th to 15th May 2018

Introduction to Biomechanics of equitation   Looking to find that proud horse you know is in there somewhere but is just proving a little difficult to find at the moment? Having problems with saddle slip, stopping, turning, canter lead, finding that riding is more of a battle than a pleasure or just wanting a better […]

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Scarlett , bitless, barefoot and bareback – after a lot of patience she is finally getting there :)

In April this year (2017), Scarlett had an operation to remove her ovaries .  She had been suffering terribly with hormonal problems and was causing herself injury, as well as disrupting the herd. Luckily for us, our vet was able to sterilise her.   An added bonus since the operation is that she has finally […]

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Riding Confidence Course 18 – 21 May 2018

riding confident

Make 2018 the summer that counts! The summer  where you learnt confident riding and unlearnt the doubts, what ifs and anxiety.  The summer you found a new trust and bond between you and you horse, because you changed how you think and how you act.  Join us on this 3 day Rider Confidence Course. Begin to enjoy your […]

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Connecting with your horse – With Bern Easterford

15th May 2018 Connecting with your horse with Bern Easterford We are really excited to be hosting Bern Easterford http://www.thequiethorse.net/ Bern is a Masterson Method certified practitioner and acupoint therapist (acupressure) who uses a range of techniques from different modalities, and will demonstrate ways to connect and communicate with your horse. From the 15th – […]

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Dare2bebarefoot – Foot trimming course

Following the success of our recent foot trimming course, Dare2bebarefoot  will be travelling to Cortijo Los Lobos to run a 3 day course on hoof care: 21st to 24th May 2018 Price is 370 euros for the 3 days including accommodation ( based on two people sharing – single person supplement 40 euros per night), breakfast, […]

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Little Fern learning to be a lead horse

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Jacuzzi for our guests to enjoy

we are really pleased to announce the fantastic addition of a jacuzzi at Cortijo Los Lobos. Perfect for star gazing on summer evenings or a warm dip in the winter months To celebrate our new addition, we are keeping our 2017 prices the same as 2016 – great value for money! Please follow and like […]

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Spirit – our little Peter pan, finally getting to grips with this riding business :)

Spirit is finally growing up . He is now a pleasure to ride, thanks to clicker training. He is loving his training in the arena but also enjoys a ride out . I think he knows he is going to be the star of the show in our clicker training course in September 🙂 Please […]

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A few videos of the recent riding, June is such a lovely month :)

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