December 29, 2009
We have been buried beneath over two feet of snow in the last month, 15” two weeks ago and 12” last week. Coupled with the other smaller snowstorms and freezing rain episodes, we haven’t really thought too much about riding. So our horses have just been enjoying their shed and hay and haven’t had to tolerate our ideas about moving cows or trail riding. As you (should) know, feeding high quality hay is critically important in these cold winter months and although the chore is certainly more time consuming and a lot less fun in 30” of snow, we owe it to our horses (and all our animals) to be good caretakers.
Of course, when I got back in from feeding one day this weekend, my wife was online looking at a pony she had found that might be suitable for our kids. And later that evening, I found a stud colt that I’m considering purchasing. So as all of you horse owners know, it seems nothing ever diminishes our passion for horses. Horses for sale is truly music to our ears! You can never have just one.
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