My Little Black Horse

Submitted by super_admin on Thu, 2016-06-30 11:26

It was 1970, and I was twelve years old. I had been searching for a horse for months. Like many little girls of that time, I dreamed of a beautiful pinto like Little Joe’s (on the TV show, Bonanza). But this shiny little horse, black as coal, sporting a perfect blaze, was not my dream horse. As I led him to the barn for saddling, I heard my Dad ask, “Did you call him Satan?” I’ve often wondered what my poor Dad was thinking when the answer was yes.

Saved by Venti

Submitted by super_admin on Thu, 2015-06-25 11:36

Venti saved my life, literally. She and I were trail riding one day trying to find the river that I’d been to once before, when we came upon a trident in the path. Not sure which path to take, I stayed to the right which was a huge mistake.

Natural Approach Blog entry

Submitted by backend on Thu, 2012-01-12 14:55

Horses evolved as wandering herbivores, moving slowly for hours and taking bites of whatever forage they came across in their rambles. Modern feeding practice is quite different, with many horses given all-day access to rich forage, an invitation to obesity. Other horses are confined to stalls and given two or three large grain meals each day. Between flakes of hay with a high carbohydrate content, there are often long hours when these horses have nothing to eat.


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