I am super excited to share this post with you all this week. I am a total nerd, so attending seminars seems to be becoming a hobby of mine. Recently, I attended a seminar for Cavalor which I have heard wonders about in the UK & from other horse friends in Europe but hadn't heard much about… Continue reading Cavalor – European Feed takes on America!
This week's topic has been on teeth. That's right, chompers, nashers, teefy-pegs, teeth! Specifically, equine dental care and the ins and outs of it all. This week I got to catch up with local equine dental technician, Sara. She takes care of our four-legged friends' teeth all over Central Florida! I think what drew me… Continue reading Equine Dental Care – The what, why, how of it all.
This past weekend I had the opportunity to cover Live Oak International. From Wednesday to Sunday they had major events in combined driving and international show jumping. Teams & riders from all over the US and world came to Ocala to bask in the sunshine and compete for some huge prizes and major money. Competitors… Continue reading Live Oak International Slam Dunks!
Billie Jean is our barn diva. She is a mare...and acts like one. She is prissy and can be moody but she is gorgeous and she knows it. The other day I was out feeding in the morning and putzing around the barn while the horses ate their breakfast. I left the wheelbarrow in the… Continue reading Haylights
This picture will certainly get you smiling on this Friday! 🙂 This is our goof-ball, Spidey who loves to talk to us when he is hungry. He also has this one facial expression that says I'M STARVING or like this photo: Is there something in my teeth?! He does this when we ask him if… Continue reading Goofy Thoroughbred
Meet Belle - a beautiful Andalusian horse. Her owner Jennifer and I became friends when we met at the PRCA Champion's Challenge Rodeo back at the beginning of October through a mutual friend and we have the same sort of quirky and sweet personality so we hit it off right away. She was telling me… Continue reading Knock Knock – May I Come In?