I am finally mostly recovered from Vacation mode and back in the swing of things at work. I landed in Austin Monday night, and I finally got to see my horse yesterday who was not bad, but also not that great. But I’m not worried. We had a “bad” day, but it was the kind of ride that once upon a time was called a good day, so I’m rolling with it. Despite being happy to see my horse and my dog and my boyfriend, I’m already missing the beautiful Virginia hills Continue reading
Here it is you guys: The final Pin Oak post! Though this will by no means be the last time you see pictures from this show.
By the time this hits the blog, I’ll be having fun on the farm in Virginia. I’m planning to have content ready to post between now and when I return on Monday night, but I may be slow to respond to comments what with the spotty service out on the farm. Continue reading
I am, undeniably, a hunter princess at heart. I love my little race car, and we have a lot of fun. But I dream of when my baby horse is finally all grown up and we are doing derbies and the like. So I had a lot of fun watching the hunter ring and reminiscing on my junior days. Back when I was a junior, I had a horse that probably could have done hunters and big eq., Continue reading
This past weekend, my mama was in town and we played with the horses all weekend. Since I took Monday off to hang out with her, I only just realized I forgot to do a Tuesday post, so…sorry about that! Tomorrow ought to be a bit more exciting, but I’m not quite finished with photo stuff. Continue reading
Are you thinking of breeding this spring, but you’re not sure where to start? Or maybe you’ve just always been curious about what it’s like to run a breeding operation, be it small-scale, or a bigger operation. Maggie Fullington runs a medium-sized breeding operation outside of Palm Beach Florida Continue reading