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Updated: 2016-04-18T15:36:09.732-07:00

 



There's lots of mud here too. I can't wait...

2010-03-11T09:31:50.093-08:00

There's lots of mud here too. I can't wait for spring and I'm sure hoping it's dry.

It sounds like Diego is getting things figured out. That's good.



by the way, the first thing I did when Huckleberry...

2010-02-26T15:35:39.950-08:00

by the way, the first thing I did when Huckleberry choked the other night was go to your blog and see what you did with Diego when he choked!
I tagged you with the Beautiful Blogger award - see my blog.
get busy!
- The Equestrian Vagabond



I forgot about the Bam-Bam 'do too! It'...

2010-02-01T21:41:46.773-08:00

I forgot about the Bam-Bam 'do too!

It's so very nice to ride with other people, because Dixie's so much more relaxed with company. I hardly ever get to ride with one hand on the reins when I'm alone.

Dixie's not so much worried about monsters sneaking up from behind - maybe because it's usually Cersei? But she does leap, just like Dig does, every. single. time. a friggin' jackrabbit or quail startles. You're welcome to take the lead!

The cow story on Merri's blog is adorable! :3



The end horse always has to worry about the wolves...

2010-02-01T17:57:57.751-08:00

The end horse always has to worry about the wolves, remember??? I believe Monty Roberts taught us that! However, the front runner needs to be concerned with flushing wild animals out of the bushes, which more often run away from you, not attack from behind like the wolves. Hence, he feels safer in the front =)