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22 01, 2018

Re-Rider at 59. Part 4

I decided that the horse that would best suit me is probably an old fashioned or Working Western style Morgan. Morgans were originally bred in New England and are adapted to harsh weather and conditions, which means that the independence that I am looking for will be there. I can’t handle a hot house flower [...]

30 08, 2017

Re-Rider at 59. Part 3

What Next? Sterling is in the rear view mirror. He was a lovely horse who got me back in the saddle but didn’t satisfy the LOVE part of the equation. Deep breath, things always turn out for the best if one is patient. I have time to think about the characteristics I want in a [...]

31 05, 2017

Re-Rider at 59

The ongoing story of a soon to be too old horsewoman, and a really cute, but very opinionated, colorful, Morgan mare.   Before I get to the colorful and opinionated Morgan mare I think it is important to tell the history that led me to her. I decided to write this journal because, during my [...]

14 03, 2017

Spring Fever

Oh boy! Wonderful, exciting and terrifying all at the same time. For those horse owners lucky, or unlucky, enough to live in a part of the world that experiences winter, spring fever is a real and all too recognizable phenomenon. During the months of freezing cold, with ice, hard ruts and rotten snow covering the [...]

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