No-Climb Horse Fence is Up

Well, the title gave it away, but I’m pleased to announce the fencing around my barn is up! This is an exciting day for me, and therefore, the world.  Putting up the second part wasn’t hard. Perhaps it was just the humidity and heat the first time around that made it so miserable. This time, […]

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How to Easily Deworm Your Horse

We all struggle with this, unless you’re at one of those fancy pants barns that does it for you. I bet you like it there, paying for a high quality of care that doesn’t require you to deworm your horse. Sure is fun spending time doing things that aren’t deworming your horse, you lucky duck. […]

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The Bold Art of Terri Crowley

Terri Crowley is a different kind of artist, embracing technology to create one-of-a-kind paintings. By using a combination of digital and traditional tools she creates a one-of-a-kind original art piece. She begins with a pen and a tablet, painting on a digital canvas. When the digital work is completed, it is printed out on a […]

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Westfalen Foal Inspection 2019

I love warmblood inspections. First off, the foals are so dang cute, and watching their baby antics is such a joy. It makes me wish I had foals running around my farm (thank goodness I come back to reality before that happens. Then, there’s such great information shared by the inspectors. It’s really insightful and […]

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Getting Busy

One of the best feelings in the world? Acomplishment. Getting things done. Feeling like the time was well spent. That’s how the weekend felt for me.  It’s hard for me to get things done outside because I’m frequently watching the baby. My husband works from home, and his job has no set hours, so he […]

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Team Gelding

I had just fed my horses, turned them out, and was preparing to leave. Pony usually always waits with me for Stu to finish eating. Stu is the biggest horse, has the biggest ration, and makes the biggest mess. He always takes the longest. Pony is the smallest, eats a handful of pity grain, and […]

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