Horse immersion

15 Jan

It’s been awhile, so I thought I should post a little update about what I’ve been up to since the Great Corona Debacle of 2013!

I’ve immersed myself in riding out at TB’s and helping with all of the rescue horses… The best thing about being away from the Boss is the pure bliss out at TB’s! It’s strange when you know a situation is bad, but then when you’re out of it, you realize just how bad it truly was. I’m so fortunate to have found TB last spring and to have been given the opportunity to ride there.

I’ve met a tonne of like-minded people, been given the opportunity to work with loads of different horses and watch as they progress through the rehabilitation and training process.

I’ve also recruited CG to come ride with me at TBs! She stuck it out with the Boss until the fall but then had enough too. She’s now enjoying the greener pastures along with me.

I’m still working with the wonderful Amber, she was off for a few months but has been back in action for about 2 weeks now. In the meantime, I was working with a gorgeous grey mare named Rhea. She went through auction as a Perch-x, but there is definitely something fancy in there as well (guesses include Lusitano, Friesian). The thing about these horses is that even *if* there is information given at auction, most of the time the information is wrong, so it’s a bit of a guessing game.

Enough writing, time for some photos of the fun we’ve been having!!

Yes, I’m riding Amber dressed as a pirate wench…we had a costumed photo shoot on Monday!

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One Response to “Horse immersion”

  1. FromtheHorsesMouth January 15, 2014 at 1:56 pm #

    Beautiful photos! Looks like you are having a blast :). Glad to hear it!

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