Monthly Archives: August 2014

YAY….. HAY

After realizing that our round bales were Johnson grass for cows, we had to exchange them for horse hay bales.  In between, we picked up three loads of squares.  Steve did all the heavy lifting and stacking in the barn. … Continue reading

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Three H’s – Hot, Humid, Hazey

Summer hasn’t given up yet.  The H’s are here and the horses are sweating mud standing in the shade – we had to rinse them off before saddling since you can’t brush wet mud.  Round bales were ready on Friday … Continue reading

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How to Ride – 101

1) Mount your horse 2) Stay mounted. Who knew it was so easy? Our Saturday was booked with the 4-H Horse Club HOT Horse Show at the Claremore Expo.  This show is my favorite because the kids can show in … Continue reading

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What Happened to Summer?

    Two weeks ago I did manage a ride with Rita on the fabulous Winston on Monday evening.  The weather was warm but not bad for July in OK.  Then the summer heat came on and we had to cancel … Continue reading

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You might need equine therapy if…..

… Mud daubers have made nests on your tack.  Kathy B!  I am talking to you.  Do not allow so much time off from ET again.           We had a fun horsey couple of days starting … Continue reading

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