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Disclaimer: I’m still figuring out the answer to that question. In my last post, I shared the news of my new 16-acre farmette that we moved into in April. In three months, we’ve accomplished quite a lot, but still have a long way to go before it’ll be ready to move the horses in. The […]
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Thank you to Renz over at The Salty Equestrian for sharing this info. Please give this a review and share your thoughts!     FYI I’m linking to places with pictures of Little riding with blood in the horses mouth but as I don’t have permission to use those pictures I’m trying to respect photographers […]
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If riding and working with horses requires anything of a person, it requires principles.  One must be firm in their beliefs and their requirements for their education as a horsewoman or horseman as well as the care of their equine partner. Obviously no barn is perfect, but there are certain things that are always red […]
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