Monthly Archives: July 2011

Farewell, Old Friend

Where to begin. I met Lise and her owner Amalie, 7 years ago. Finding that Amalie and I were of like minds when it came to riding fast and a little crazy, we clicked quickly and because Lise took it … Continue reading

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The Rolling Stones

Discovering to my horror that I have not written anything about the Rolling Stones on my blog, I figured that today would be a good day to do it, since it is Mick Jagger’s birthday today. I am not going … Continue reading

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Inquiry, Anybody Know?

I have been wondering for a long time by now, what happened to a few of my old buddies, the ones I did not end up buying. First off, the mother of Poseidon and Apollon. The last name I knew … Continue reading

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Bringing In The Herd

So I caved and brought the horses in, due to the continued rain and the flooded pastures. Apocalipse and Saleem needs a dry place to sleep by now and well, Poseidon has been at his most difficult lately so I … Continue reading

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Light A Candle For Norway

How do you write about something like this? What do you say? Well, I never watch the news, I prefer to let the world spin without me, having trouble and excitement enough in my everyday life with my constant struggle … Continue reading

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The Rain

For the first time ever in my time as a horse owner, I am actually considering bringing the horses in at the end of July instead of at the end of August, due to the continued rain that has been … Continue reading

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Remember The Plastic Doves

Let me start by warning you all- I am sick, sporting a fever and on antibiotics that are not working according to plan, perhaps because I insist on taking care of my horses everyday. Still, I came home today, after … Continue reading

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