I should have went with my gut instinct and stuck with my desire to buy a fat, lazy QH Gelding. Take a break from my constant stress of “What’s going to happen next to my OTTB Mare.” And yet, here I am, with a larger than life, overly dominant, and flighty OTTB Gelding. He’s… Continue reading The Reason I Bought Another OTTB
After spending 10 days in a stall, $585.62 in vet bills and feeling all but hopeless; I now have seen the light at the end of the tunnel with my darling Roxy. 12 days ago she came in from pasture with a lot of swelling on her knee. After consulting with one vet, he prescribed… Continue reading A Horse is a Horse.
I have been very slim on internet presence this past half week. I apologize for that. Among business taxes, my husband’s trip coming up and a huge estate sale; My horse Roxanne has injured her leg. Her knee has been the size of a softball going on four days. I have done everything from epsom… Continue reading Stress: More Equine Issues
This winter has far surpassed my expectations in being yet another harsh and unforgivable winter. But- IN A GOOD WAY! Even with the few days we have above 45 * F, I am starting to get Cabin Fever. I want to be able to clean the house with the windows open. I want to be… Continue reading Fighting Winter Blues
Now that I have dinner in the pot, laundry folded and my bathroom cleaned; I have a moment to sit down and rest. I am in my pajamas early, but I have good reason. I am exhausted. Why do you ask? It’s not my regular exhaustion, it’s mental stress from dealing with my horse. Choke.… Continue reading The Scare
I have always loved animals. More than humans most days. There was one animal I had always wanted to have in my life, and that was a bird. A large exotic bird to be exact. I had experience but a bird of my own, I did not have. I loved the majesty of Macaws, the… Continue reading Chloe’s Story.