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Chantal and I…stealing a lil kid’s bicycle?

Sometimes you just need to take a day off and get out of town. So, last Sunday me and some friends from  1,033 more words

The Miss-fires

Gone Solo

Friday, May 22, 2015

A few posts ago I talked about doing epic things with very non-epic steps on a very regular basis. Today marks just about 10 months since I brought Khaleesi home and in less than a year we’ve gone from barely halter broke to a real riding horse on her way to being an endurance athlete. 405 more words

Calgary Stampede comes to Toronto and I want to go to Banff, Alberta

The Calgary Stampede came to Toronto this week. Well, not the stampede specifically, but representatives from the world-famous Canadian extravaganza, along with some partners (yes, giddy up), were in town to promote the annual event kicking off this year on July 8 and running until July 17, 2015  in – you guessed it – Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 438 more words

Horse

final post

Final post of 3 in the saga:  History made. The end of May will be the one year anniversary of “Romance” joining our family. My daughter’s “dream horse”. 237 more words

Spring and a Little Rain

Tide Pools in the driveway and mud everywhere else.  Oklahoma Wild Weather the last few weeks has included the usual springtime rain, hail, wind, and tornadoes as well as tigers escaped from a wildlife park when a tornado went through.  642 more words

Equine Therapy

Luke and a Rottweiler

I went for a walk with Luke, the new Welsh pony at the riding school.

Just over a quiet road from the farm, there was a bush we could walk through. 635 more words

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Standing Guard

Even before the move, the friendship between the horses was obvious. They look out for each other. They stand guard when their friend sleeps. And they worry when they are gone. 393 more words

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