gleaning potatos with my miniature horse to stock up for winter
Large hail can do a number on horses, grass, and a garden
I finally fully cracked my whip with Moon and she did great! I was going to post the video here, but my computer and internet aren't cooperating. But you can see the video on my Youtube channel, GoPro Cowgirl as well as some of my other videos. Please keep on mind that I'm still learning … Continue reading Day #3 of Stockwhip training
I've been working on introducing my stockwhip to Moon this last week. I started out making sure that she was completely comfortable with the lead rope being swung around her and tossed all over her body. I made sure to also swing it so that it would wrap around her legs since that can happen … Continue reading Day 2 of Stockwhip training
That little mini foal is impossibly cute. I've been taking her and her mom, Sugar, out to graze every day, and Minny runs circles around us the whole way there and back. Since we have to re-fence the horse pasture, and Minny is still only supposed to have controlled exercise, Sugar gets tied to four … Continue reading Minny on laundry day
At 10:30pm May 12th, Cinnamon Spice and Everything Nice was born! I had noticed that Sugar was acting a little odd that morning because when I took her out to let her graze in the morning, she only grazed for about an hour and then wanted back in the barn. It was pretty warm out, … Continue reading Minny the Mini
I can count on one hand and still have fingers to spare how many times Sweetheart has been so spooked I was on the verge of completely losing control and her going into a full on panic, and every single one was because of sever weather. Late afternoon today one of the neighbors' horses got … Continue reading My horse predicts the weather better than the radar
My miniature mare, Sugar, is about 8 months pregnant and she has a huge belly. And by huge, I mean it looks like someone stuffed one of those aerobics balls in her! She recently lost a lot of weight, so I am starting her on some special grain to help her, so she definitely doesn't … Continue reading Sugar’s got a baby belly!
I pulled my first calf today! Without any help! At. All. Before I explain the whole story about what happened today that led up to pulling the calf, I will explain what "pulling a calf" means for all my non-ranchy readers. Pulling a calf means exactly that. You loop special chains, rope, twine, or whatever … Continue reading I pulled my first calf!
So while I was at the vet earlier this summer for my dog to finally get her cast off, and I was a little early so I had to wait awhile. While sitting there with my dog happily sitting at my feet I think, "Hey I wonder if there's anything good nearby." So with this thought … Continue reading Pokemon Go at the Vet