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Just about the time I think, "I wish summer could last all year." I realize I don't fully mean it. Yes, there is a part of me that longs for summer days, slick horses, dry trails and the smell of the warm earth. But there is another part of me that equally longs for...read more
It's weaning time! Actually, it has been weaning time for these two fillies for awhile now as we use a gradual system of weaning. These photos are from yesterday and they are turned out with Popcorn, my older gelding. I like weaning gradually and I like keeping them...read more
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