• tips on riding a blind horse
    getting back in the saddle again

    Meet Easy the Blind Horse

    (As I am rolling my eyes thinking REALLY… I am sure I  said it too.) Now let’s be clear I have nothing against blind horses or ponies. I admire them for their strength in this modern world where they can so easily be tossed aside. (Some of my girls are getting old and I will love them none the less if something were to ever happen to them.) No I am not going to barrel race her. Just merely borrowed her for the day for a little saddle time. Easy is a 20+ year old Blind POA (Pony of America aka An Appaloosa pony). Technically I’d say she was borderline…

  • Adventures,  barrelracing,  camping,  Horse Care,  Trail Riding

    Hot Topic Hauling Horses in the Heat

    Tis’ The Season Rodeos, Races, and Trails the Horses are calling and I must go… Somewhere.   I am not a Veterinarian. As always I recommend consulting with your Equine Veterinarian for any and all questions including solutions regarding hauling horses in the heat . The post below contains merely suggestions. Not all ideas will work for all horses. I have gathered these tips from those who travel with their faithful and sometimes not so faithful steeds. Of course while working on the details of your up coming trip sometimes hauling in the heat can become an issue. We all want what is best for our horses. Opinions and Options…

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