Racing can be the ultimate game of patience. Whether you’re racing homebreds or horses you purchased at an auction, a racehorse cannot be rushed. If they are, you can’t expect their best. […]
Open houses are a great way to see upcoming and established stallions before or after the breeding season. But what if you cannot make it or the farm limits the viewing opportunity […]
Friends, I don’t ask for much (except that you ask me permission to use my pictures) but I am going to ask something of my readers this time. I’ve entered my […]
After his untimely passing in 2015, we mourned the loss of a promising young stallion. His sons have since made fresh those painful wounds and reasonable questions of just what could have been.
Why not forgive? It’s a beautiful and powerful sentiment; release the anger so that you can find peace. Well, this filly has the looks to match her lovely name but she’s done […]
They’ve been on every little girl’s Christmas list since the dawn of time: a horse. It was on mine (and still is, hint hint) and despite my parents’ best intentions, we could […]
The 2018 school semester is coming to a close and I reflect on what I have learned through my research for the Equine Issues course.