Monthly Archives: February 2016

Noble the Adventurer

I was heading to work this morning, when the call came in.  “We have a problem,” said my mother on the other end of the line.  I knew immediately who the “problem” was.  “Someone greeted me at the front of … Continue reading

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A battle of wits!

There is a battle being waged on our property – and we may be on the losing side!  Call it a battle of wits … or perhaps a battle of wills.  Either way, it’s proof that horses are not the … Continue reading

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Bratty, with a twist

I’ve written before of my ongoing challenge with young Mr. Noble.  When he first arrived, and the age of six months, he was already a big strong fellow – and not what I would consider halter broke.  Oh, if you … Continue reading

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Scratches in the dark

I work in the public sector – a place where “civil servants” are well known for arriving exactly at their start time, taking an immediate coffee break, working their day, and staying not a minute past their eight hours.  Though I … Continue reading

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Horses as pets?

Should horses be kept as pets?  This is a question I’ve pondered for many years.  At times, my own horses have been relegated to the role of “pet” – when I no longer had the time or motivation to ride.  … Continue reading

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