Video PUBLISHED: 19:41 16 March 2019 Steve Russell Working with horses is really the same as training children and dogs, says Bruce Smith. You start from a very young age and youve got to be firm with them - not cruel, obviously but also praise. The horse will know from your voice whether youre pleased with it or not. If you show youre nervous, youve got a problem. Shown here are Suffolk Horses from The Suffolk Punch Trust at Hollesley, near Woodbridge. www.thesuffolkpunchtrust.co.uk Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN Archant ‘Take a frog’s skeleton and throw it in a fast-flowing stream. At midnight. Under a full moon.’ Horsemen’s folklore and more... Bruce Smith controls the plough in 2015 as Declan Foy (left) and Russell Larges guide the horses Picture: SIMON PARKERThe Suffolk Punch. Lovely horse. So laid-back. In the DNA, surely? Bruce Smith shoots me a look. “There’s this phrase ‘the gentle giant’, … [Read more...] about Do you love the Suffolk Punches?
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Business 15 March 2019 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-47575123 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Key government contractor Interserve faces a crunch vote on Friday which could lead it into administration.The outsourcing giant has been … [Read more...] about Key UK contractor faces administration
When Massive Attack announced they would be playing two shows at a custom-built venue in Filton many people asked whether it would act as a test run for an arena. First proposed 15 years ago, the road to an arena for Bristol has been long and arduous to say the least. A row over where an arena would be built intensified in 2018, when plans for an arena at Temple Island were thrown out, leading the way for a privately-developed arena funded by Malaysian investment firm YTL in the Brabazon hangar on Filton Airfield While YTL is yet to announce any official plans, it launched its own arena website and the team behind the project say they are hoping to be able to share proposals in the coming months. Today (March 3), YTL Developments told Bristol Live how pleased it is the Massive Attack gigs were "such a success". A spokesperson added: "It gives us confidence that, when the planned new rail and metrobus links are in place, a 16,000 capacity arena would certainly be able to handle the … [Read more...] about Have Massive Attack gigs paved the way for an arena in Filton?
WARSAW — With U.S. President Donald Trump raising previously unthinkable doubts about America’s willingness to defend its traditional NATO allies, some European leaders, officials and military experts insist the Continent must do more to defend itself. “The EU for decades has profited from the protection the U.S. has provided,” Wolfgang Ischinger, a former German ambassador to Washington who is the chairman of the Munich Security Conference, said in an interview last weekend with the Funke media group. “Today, this protection is not a certainty anymore.” Proposals for more robust European defense range from a series of Brussels-based initiatives on procurement, training, and research and development, to the extension of France’s nuclear umbrella, to the development of a full-blown EU army, as endorsed recently by French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Paradoxically, perhaps, the biggest … [Read more...] about Europe’s NATO problem