I'm setting up my temporary paddock again, hoping that the horses can graze in there for a month while we get another section of our property cleared. The little Dude has been having a great time riding around in a backpack watching MomMom work. I'm currently scouting out a good place to set up a little ring so I can actually ride this year, it's a little tricky because I have to find a flattish, DRY spot of land that is already clear of trees where I can set up a ring that shares a fence with a pasture. Maybe that way I'll actually be able to accomplish something riding-wise without having both horses freak out.
In other news, I've become addicted to Kickstartr. Here's the latest project I've found that horse folks might be interested in, as if you don't already have enough ways to spend your money:
BTW- the barrel racing OTTB project did get funded. I'm waiting to hear how it's all working out.
Gorgeous buckskin stallion.ReplyDelete
Does that mean you are addicted to giving away your money?
I like to think I'm optimistic. Haven't been burned yet, so that might change.Delete
Oh cool! Glad to hear that is was funded!ReplyDelete
We have no grass yet, either. Just mud. But the horses are really enjoying the sun and have been taking lots of naps in it!
Mine too, they've been laying down so much that if I didn't know better I'd think they were sick! Just been a hard winter, I guess.Delete
Haven't had a chance to watch the video yet but I'm sure I'll like it.ReplyDelete
Very few sprouts of grass here either. Lots of mud though and filthy, rolling shedding beasts.
Yup, here too. I've been thinking lately that we only get three seasons here in the Northeast: Summer, Winter, and Mud.Delete