Exploring the Connections Between Horses and Humans

Old Kilgobbin Farm in the Dargle Valley, KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, was first home to horses in the 1880s when Meredith Fannin, an Irish settler, made the decision to stop harvesting the yellowwoods in the extensive indigenous forest surrounding his homestead, and to rather depend on horses for his living.

Today, more than 130 years later, the farm is home to another herd of horses, the integral team members of HorsePlay and their caretaker and leader, Carl Bronner.