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A sad day for the reining world yesterday as news of the legendary McQuay Stables "Colonels Smoking Gun" (known widely as simply "Gunner") was euthanized after a battle with laminitis.(…Continue
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We recently bought a wonderful new mare, a foundation Quarter Horse. She has VERY large gaits as she is long in the back and has a pretty steep shoulder. I've noticed when loping her (I ride her…Continue
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Hey all -Curious if anyone else here is a photographer or designer? I've just gotten my website and social media accounts up in the past week or so. How do you go about getting site traffic and/or…Continue
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What if learning your horse’s ancestry was as easy as pulling some hair and waiting a couple of weeks? Many places offer genetic testing for several creatures including humans, to establish ancestry and in animals, what breeds they are made up of. What if equine gaitedness was also so easy? Learning…Continue
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Bringing a new companion into your life is an undoubtedly exciting experience. Whether you're adopting a shelter dog, feeding the neighbourhood cat, or even building a birdhouse so that you can attract wildlife to your backyard, the thought of a new creature appearing in your daily routine is an enticing thought at the least. Bringing a new horse into your life is an even larger endeavour that requires a lot of planning. Here are five of my favourite tips for buying a horse to make…Continue
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The two that I drive and called: Legs (the mare) and Spider (the gelding). The pairs name is "SpiderLegs" Perfect as they have 8 legs - LOL
I got into driving after having a MVA with one of my horses. He made it back to full recovery and I ended up with a bad back and knees. Anyway after a few years I decided to try drivign the mninis and wish I had done it so much sooner in my life. Now have too many minis and now wanting to retire. Just keeping my one riding (passo fino mare) and 5 driving minis for my 4 in hand plus one for a spare. The rest of them I have for sale. I retained the best incase I changed my mind but decided enough is enough and going to let them go.
I have actually ridden before, but too often due to the lack of equine associated friends, but yes I have ridden before. n_n
Thank you thank you!!!!!!! Αληθώς Ανέστη!
Thank you Ashley. Storm is a Saddlebred-Arab gelding. Valentine is Belgian-Paint PMU mare, and Magic is her daughter-unknown father. Valentine was impregnated at her Foster home( after being rescued from a Canadian PMU ranch) and just 2 years old when she had Magic. She was the best Mama ever and so young!! I have had horses of my own for 40 years, and a rider for more than 50 yrs.!!
Thank you, Ashley. I am currently a student at the university of Tennessee, working on certification to become a equine rehabilitation practitioner. It involves non-invasive modalities to help healing, performance, core, and neurological deficits. I am a licensed veterinarian technician, and currently working with pups (canines), and I wanted to finish my "bucket list" by working with horses. My two favorite creatures on this planet! I have two equine family members ("yard art"), two pups, three cats, and five cows that teach me lessons every day. So although I don't ride much (time), I like learning all I can about how people spend time with their four-legged partners, and spend my life doing what I love. Please let me know if I can answer any more questions for you. I don't get on the computer much, but will get back to you as soon as possible.
Good morning Ashley,
Thank you for your comment, 'Welcome to Barnmice, Gary! :) I hope to see you around Barnmice more! I would love to read your article when you are finished writing it!'
I appreciate your interest in seeing the article. The subject matter is far removed from the world of horses, but the photo of the girl with horse and cat beautifully illustrates 'peace and harmony' in the video poem.
It is 'Dawning of the Age of Living Wholeness.'
I love to see horses in a pasture, and grew up in a town in the American West, where horsemanship was a part of many people's lives. Yet I never became part of it. I remember dreaming of having a horse, as a young man. Now we live in a small town in Germany. I may not be active on Barnmice, but will always be glad to respond to comments like yours.
I am about to go to the UK to teach for a week. I return on the 18th. I will have some time to respond once I return to Corfu. There are only a handful of horses on Corfu. Keep well and happy horses to you, Franklin
Fun! I would love to try an OTSTB! I currently only have my OTTB...which is my true love :)
I love The Morning Feed, I follow them on FB and they follow my OTTB inspired equestrian wear business. They always have great posts!
Well look forward to learning Barnmice and meeting new people! Have a great day!
Thanks Ashley! I hope you like it, if you get it :)
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