And Ancient World Of The Nagsman
Neigh Is Like The Bidding Of A Monarch, And His Countenance Enforces
Homage. He Is Indeed A Horse.
page on the Pickmere Stud web site may be of interest to your
readers. The aim is to keep alive the spirit of the Nagsman; the
stud farm owners, Pat Mather and John Keleher, want to share the
secrets they have discovered from a true Nagsman or from their
own experience, or ancient texts.
men (and woman) first worked with horses many centuries ago the
Egyptian, Roman, American, Indian, Mongol, Spanish, Irish, Germanic,
British and legions more have discovered the secrets of our Equine
friends. In Britain these secrets were passed from generation
to generation by The Nagsman who lived and breathed horses and
through many long hours of toil and labour and love discovered
the best ways to motivate, handle and control the horse.
was a breed apart, he devoted his entire life to the horse and
through his own experience and that of his forbearers became as
one with the equine. Sadly today few Nagsmen remain and the secrets
that they hold all to frequently die with them. In the modern
world there little room for Nagsmen and they are disappearing
from our midst. When the last Nagsman dies the equine world will
be a much poorer place