I was combing through some photos from earlier in the year, when I found this series of Coffee. I’ve been meaning to do something with them, as they are such a clear example of how horses try to communicate with us (and I like how they portray the relationship he has with his ‘mom’). So, … More Coffee – a photo essay
It’s been the same story every year. The flies come out. Coffee and Tally do the Cha-Cha when the fly spray touches their sensitive hides. And Noble remembers that he’s much taller than we are, when it’s time to wear his fly mask. Last year, in an effort to mitigate the challenges with Noble’s ‘coyness’ … More A Tale of Two Fly Masks
I was about to exit my car, in the office parking lot this morning, when I looked down and saw the litter. No, this was not someone’s tossed out breakfast wrappers – but it would make some people just as crazy. This litter was a nice mix of bark and leaves, cascading over the curb … More Embracing The Messy Life
This post is about asking for your input. Three surveys, linked below, are the brainchild of my friend Caroline Stephens, for which she kindly asked my assistance. We are interested in where people are getting their riding information, particularly related to Dressage, and what information they are seeking/learning.
It was three years ago that I first posted this. Recently I was telling a friend about the events related herein; so when a request to re-post this followed a short while later, I decided it must be time. In honor of Halloween, I’m taking a break from my usual equine subjects to tell a … More My Ghost Story (repost)
I have a creative little herd. They like to rearrange and reconstruct things just for fun. Often that includes the ‘clothing’ they wear. This tendency is not limited to just one – no, it has become a trend within the group. So, just for fun, while I work to finish some other posts, I thought … More Fly Mask Fashion