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The story began in the fall of 2010 when I was looking to buy an older and seasoned trail horse. A friend of mine had just purchased a little horse from Camelot. I like the idea of adopting rescues. We … Continue reading
I recently purchased a GoPro Hero 4 Camera to use along side my other cameras. It’s fun and adds a different element to my photography. I hope you enjoy this short video of me and my horse Budddy riding a cloeverleaf pattern over a series of poles on the ground.
I recently moved my horse Buddy to a small farm close to home. He is quite happy and content. He is back together with his big brother Travis, a 17 hand Dutch Warm Blood.
Here is a short video clip of me and Buddy working together in the ring. I also just got a GoPro camera which I am trying out for the first time.
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It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything but we’re still kicking. It’s been a long cold and snowy winter. There are signs of spring and the snow is finally melting. Best of all we have confirmed April 19 for … Continue reading
I had the pleasure today to meet Alexandra Munmun Oliphant O’Neill and her horse Benji. We met through Facebook after learning we both adopted our horses from Lisa Post of Helping Hearts Equine Rescue. She lives in Manhattan and takes the bus to Elite Equine Group in Ringwood, NJ where she keeps her horse Benji.
The photographs are of Mun and Benji along with two other riders. All the people I met at Elite Equine Group were professional and friendly. The horses are happy and the grounds are well-kept. It was a perfect day.
I hope you enjoy the photographs as much as I had taking them.
Posted in Demonstration, Farm, Festival, Fiber, Jacob Sheep, Seasons, Shearing, Sheep, Spinning
Tagged shawl, Shearing, spring, zoo
It’s that time of year again when the sheep will be getting their annual hair cut. Shearing Day is set for March 30, 2013. Our favorite shearer Tom Horton will be back again to work his magic. As always friends and visitors are welcome but call ahead or email me to let me know if you want to attend. Space is limited.
We can always use help moving sheep and skirting fleeces. Of course, there will be fleeces for sale.
Thanks and hope to see you in March!
Where’s my fleece?