Haven’t Done One In A While I haven’t done a creature report in a while. So I figured I would share some of the more recent game camera shots. What The Heck Happened Here I have no idea what happened here! It was only one picture that turned out pink. The deer in the picture … Continue reading Hyde Farm Creature Report
It’s Buddy Buddy has basically been a fixture at our barn for years. He has quite the reputation for kicking the stall and rattling his feed pan. When he was younger he was super aggressive in the herd. Buddy and I go back a long time. I started him under saddle and was the reason … Continue reading We Have A Patient In The Barn…
Not Getting Political You will not hear me getting into politics on this blog. No, no , no! Interesting facts about Inauguration Day’s past does not count as politics. At least not to me. George Washington- Only President To Be Sworn In , In Two Different Cities He was sworn in April 30,1789 at the … Continue reading Interesting Facts About Inauguration Day’s Past!
First Off! I’m not complaining really. I’m just updating other TBI patients who have followed my recovery on how things are going. This time last year I was not even halfway to where I’m now. So really I don’t mean to sound ungrateful for how far I have come. Migraines My migraines prior to covid-19 … Continue reading TBI Troubles & Oh Yeah, It’s National Popcorn Day!
Make Up Week So this is make up lesson week at the farm. Meaning we have a break week in between a few lesson weeks to get make ups done. That way at the end of the session we aren’t stuck trying to cram all the make up’s in. So I only had three lessons … Continue reading Monday, Monday
Back In The Day This story happened in what seems like a different universe a long, long time ago! I was probably about 10 or 11 years old maybe. Summer Dressage Show We had hauled with the lesson barn I was riding at during that time to a schooling dressage show. I don’t remember the … Continue reading Sunday Story
I Started As A Kid Since I started riding as a small kid, my perspective may seem different than an adult starting as a beginner. #1 – It’s Okay To Be Nervous As my sister-in-law always says when she describes us as adult riders, she said we are “wimp chickens” compared to what we used … Continue reading 5 Things I Wish I Would Have Known As A Beginner Rider
Introduction I have met many parents who have horse crazy kids that have never had any horse experience at all. This can be intimidating of course, since you have no idea what is going on, and your child is about to get on a thousand pound animal. I based this information on how my program … Continue reading Guide To Lesson Programs For New Horsey Parents!
Written by Amelia, Cool’s new owner! First Riding Cool I don’t remember the first time I rode Cool. I know that the first time I rode him was one of the first times I had ridden a horse that wasn’t an experienced lesson horse like I was used to riding. The most difficult horses I … Continue reading Cool Update!
It Came To Me In A Text! My Uncle George sent me a text the other day, with a link to a Lipizzaner stallion performance that was on a television network overseas. Evidently, these stallions have not had one of their complete performances televised in over 50 years! It is a long performance, and not … Continue reading Lipizzaner Stallions Television Performance!