I’ve posted lately about Husky being short, hollow in the back and throwing his nose out at the trot. It’s my automatic reaction to want to fix this by get him to relax his head down and keeping him in a nice frame. But I’ve realized that it really doesn’t matter right now if Husky … More Taking It Easy
My sister and brother-in-law are happily expecting their first child this fall, and I’m excitedly anticipating being a first-time aunt! Of course, that means lots of shopping to do before the baby arrives – and obviously some horse-related items will be making their way into the wardrobe from Auntie Lisa (duh). The problem is, I … More Horse Clothes for Baby
For some reason, Mother Nature seems to be working against my desire to ride in the outdoor arena for my lessons. We haven’t had a ton of rain lately, but it seems that it only storms on Wednesdays, which are my lesson days. Our lesson last week was cancelled, so we’ve only had one team … More Rain. AGAIN.
Sometimes the best moments are when you’ve just finished a great ride. Your horse is put away. You’re simply sitting in the setting sun, a barn kitty is playing in the grass in front of you, your muscles are pleasantly sore and you’re totally relaxed. That’s one of the many lovely meanings of the phrase, … More Sweet Summer Evenings at the Barn