Mini Horse and CartMini-horse and carriage
Mini-horse and carriage
We not only became part of birthdays, riding out, surprising riders, cart and horse riding, but we also became part of a trust formation by launching a horse and help the humans to get back in the saddle. Our goal is to help them to get back into the horse. Which was a scheme to just horseback riding, became so much more.
Though we are now covered in snows, we have prepared for the 2018 game. Horse feeding and training is still needed, they must be kept on paths and improved to make the 2018 campaign even better. At 11pm Amara was informed about a mini that needed a new home - Duke won Amara's love while he had his weekly trials here and some, like Shawn, got a very noisy and clever pot-bellied pork called Lenny during this pickup.
One small (and I mean small!), low angus calf was given to us this autumn by one of Amara's photoclients.... we called him Dan... and Amara likes to go down the street and see how folks do duplicate takings of what she's doing. He' s at the ranch with Amara's parents and all his friends.
If you' re asking how Major and Teddy are - they have the rest period to be a horse. Concerning the Christmas holiday, we will spend it at home, with our whole household.... both humans and fuzzy homes We wish you all a Merry Christmas and we can't look forward to you travelling with us next year!
We took a little rest with our families and our ponies in the midst of our mad year and returned to one of our favourite places to marry together after 7.5 wonderful years - the Ya Ha Tinda! Sleigh drives behind the horse are a must!