The move to Texas brought with it chilly winds in the fall and winter, unpredictable terrain, longer days in the saddle, and a need for another functional layer.
“Fear of missing out” may be a silly affliction, but there is hope for horses (and owners) who suffer.
Some horse shoppers take their time and weigh the decision over an extended period. And sometimes, the horse market is a place where folks simply mill around and browse.
As much as she loves a thick, beautiful mane, horsewoman Kelli Neubert will often roach a horse’s mane for convenience and a fresh start.
There are three kinds of people in the horse world: those who know nothing, just enough, and way too much.
Friendship with a horse is a simple concept: invest some time in learning to enjoy each other’s presence, no matter what else is going on in life.
An aging Brahman-cross steer keeps buying time on the ranch by serving as a babysitter for fresh cattle. Plus, he’s a pretty good-looking pasture ornament.
Whether it’s assembling cheap furniture or training on a horse, the end result is gratifying when hard work and…