Breaking In, Starting, Backing, Training, Re-Training,
and other Equine education services near
to Equine Start, operating out of, and in
partnership with Panorama Equestrian Centre in
the heart of Wairarapa and specialising in trust-based
equine training, breaking in, re-training, and
education. Feel free to look around, and we hope
to see you and your horse soon!
NEWS AND UPDATES
everyone, just a quick update - I will
unfortunately not be available from now until the
end of the year. On that note, merry upcoming
Christmas to all, and I hope to see both you and
your horse(s) in 2019!
|29 / 06 / 2018
back! Apologies for the delay. Everything should
be working as it was - or dare I say, better -
than before. I will be updating the website with
some new information coming out of the winter
season too, so stay tuned!
|30 / 05 / 2018
a heads up, equinestart would be switching web-host
service on the 7th of June. As such the website
will be down between the 7th and the 11th. E-Mails
sent between these days should still eventually
get to me, but just in case feel free to contact
me by text (0210 2578 369) or my alternative E-Mail
|24 / 12 / 2017
time of the year is upon us once again, and as
such I would like to wish to all of my clients,
horses, affiliates and acquaintances a very Merry
Christmas, and a Happy New Year! 2017 has been a
fairly interesting year with plenty of good, bad,
challenges and excitement, and I wish everyone
that 2018 will bring as much or more joy,
happiness and opportunities!
So on that note, see you all and your horses
|13 / 12 / 2016
Merry Christmas once
It's been a busy and eventful year at Panorama,
with plenty of upcoming changes planned for the
new year. Here's some of the important ones:
- Quarantine and worming policies have been
changed. Overall, horses grazing long term at
panorama should now have much more limited
exposure to short term or visiting grazers. Which
is a good thing for the health of all horses. The
worming policy has likewise been altered slightly
to better manage worm burden from shared paddocks
across all horses on the property.
- Due to the politics of Health and Safety (and
the new regulations dictated by Worksafe to the
primary industry sector), all visitors to the
yard are no longer able to drive in (other than
to drop off horses in a float, or hay in a
trailer), and are required to park in the
adjacent parking provided on the left of the main
entrance. Everyone must then make a note of their
arrival in the sign-in book, and sign out prior
to leaving. No 'friends' of grazers are allowed
to go into any paddock with any horses (dependants
- eg. children - are excluded from this rule) at
any time. There would also be a 'health and
safety' print out, listing all the hazard and
whatnot, which must be read and signed by any new
grazer coming onto the yard. I will upload all
the relevant documnetation onto this website once
I get an electronic copy of everything.
- The back of the farm has been upgraded with
some levelled tracks and some new fencing,
providing some great new canter stretches -
however as always this will not be available year
round due to ground conditions and stock
As always, for any further information don't
hesitate to contact either myself or Panorama
staff, and naturally, all the above information
would be provided to any new grazer coming onto
the property, whether for training with myself or
grazing at Panorama.
Once again, thank you to all my clients and
Panorama staff for a wonderful year, and wishing
you all a Merry Christmas and all the best for
|01 / 06 / 2016
list now udpated to include group lessons at
Panorama Equestrian. Groups lessons at your place
can also be arranged. As always, contact me for
any further inquiries.
|19 / 03 / 2016
is now travelling up to Upper Hutt every second
Friday in the afternoon. Please contact me if you'd
like to book a lesson for yourself or your horse.
Lessons are also available at other times in
other locations too!
|20 / 01 / 2016
Year is here, and everyone is back and energized
to see what exciting new things it brings with it!
As always, contact me if you have any inquiries.
|20 / 12 / 2015
Merry Christmas !
And a Happy New Year! Please note
that I will not be taking on any more horses in
this year, and will resume in the second week of
January 2016. Don't hesitate to send me any
inquiries in the meantime, however I am not sure
if I will have internet access until then at this
point in time, and as such I apologise if I do
not get back to you in a speedy fashion.
Once again, Merry Chritmas, Happy
New Year, and a big thank you to all my customers
and clients for trusting me to work with your
horses throughout the year!
|10 / 10 / 2015
be advised that Panorama Equestrian has altered
their prices for weekly grazing. Instead of
paying $35 per week, it is now down to $30.
However, hay is no longer provided at no charge
and you may either provide your own, or buy hay
from Panorama at $10 a bale. This has been noted
and updated on the information page, and is
subject to change as Panorama Equestrian
management deems necessary.
|6 / 9 / 2015
been made aware that Google maps seems to have
the wrong address for 'Panorama Equestrian
Limited'. Google has been notified of this error.
In the meantime, if you are using Google maps as
your GPS / location search, please note that the
correct address is 1496 Longbush Road with the
marker located about 1km North-East along the
same road, just past the junction with Miller's
If you want the correct marker from Google
maps, please use "1464 Longbush" road
as your search term. "1496 Longbush Road"
is currently inaccurate as well.
|5 / 8 / 2015
Bour is now conducting lessons from Panorama
Equestrian on a Sunday, once every few weeks.
Nicole is a very experienced tutor who taught
several Grand Prix and Olympic riders in Europe,
America and Japan. For more information and
bookings, contact Panorama Equestrian Centre (link
to the left in menu buttons).
(not yet implimented)