Market Run AKA “Jones” Disclaimer Real Quick! If you have been reading these posts thus far I have mostly told you about horses I knew when I was a little kid. When I was a working student at an eventing barn for many years, I met many horses and had the opportunity to learn from … Continue reading The Story Of My Life Is The Story Of The Horses In It: Jones
Lily For those of you who know our barn, I’m not talking about the Lily that is currently in our program. This Lily was one that I knew when I was a child that later ended up coming to my barn as a lesson horse. She Looked Evil! Lily was a registered Arabian mare. Bay … Continue reading The Story of My Life Is The Story Of The Horses In It
Dumpling a.k.a “Dumpy” Dumpling or “Dumpy” as we fondly called her was a dark bay pony mare. I don’t recall that she had any white markings on her at all. We got her on lease with another family. It turned out they weren’t interested after all, and the pony I thought I was going to … Continue reading The Story Of My Life Is The Story Of The Horses In It
I Had Quite The Busy Week! Starting With Summer Camp! The Three Musketeers – Team Games Practice The Wrong Diagonals- Team Game Practice Cool Starting To Rehab After A 7 Month Lay Up #Babywesternhorseturnedbabyenglishhorse ( Otherwise known as Aleta & Ruby Christina & Dublin Taylor And Finn- The Old Man Has Still Got It! Taylor’s … Continue reading A Week’s Worth Of Pictures!
Velvet These memories that I have of Velvet are proof that you don’t have to ride a horse or even touch it for it to have an impact on you. Surrounded By Horses In The Community As I have mentioned before, I was born into a farming family. The area where we live is like … Continue reading The Story Of My Life Is The Story Of The Horses In It
The Story Of Ruby’s Progress Continues! I told all of you about Ruby. The horse I use the hashtag “babywesternhorseturnedbabyenglishhorse”to describe on Instagram. The last time we worked with her Christina( My friend and partner in blogging crime) was riding her in a lesson. To make a long story short. I had planned to take … Continue reading Best Laid Plans- Part 2
My Lesson Notes and Plans I take notes on each lesson I teach. I always have, mostly because being a writer, things stick in my brain better if I also write them down. After my TBI taking notes is a must for me to keep my riders on the right track. Otherwise, I probably wouldn’t … Continue reading Forget About Best Laid Plans In Reference To Horses!
I’m One Of The Lucky Ones! I have been around horses my whole life. As long as I can remember I have been obsessed with horses. I was lucky enough to be born into a farming family. My mom loved horses her whole life so my horsemanship journey began at a very young age. I … Continue reading The Story Of My Life Is The Story Of The Horses In It!
Off To A Good Start! We just put the feeder up a few days ago. Since we put it in a spot we know is a “deer superhighway” as we call it, the deer have already found it. Bucks In Velvet The bucks are in velvet and as they usually do, they are running together … Continue reading First Look Of The Season
June Layout and Pages Today, I’m going to share with you some of my June journal pages! The ones that I enjoyed the most. As well as the pages that were the most effective for tracking things. Since I’m a bullet journal beginner (only just started in April) I still change things up a lot. … Continue reading My Favorite June Bullet Journal Pages!