In preparation for our first ranch-horse clinic of the season, I asked Julie to tell me a little about why she loves cow work and how it has improved her overall riding.
On October 26, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit entered an order denying the plaintiffs' petition for rehearing of the opinion that rendered judgment for the American Quarter Horse Association in the cloning lawsuit.
You don't know until you find out, and a good way to find out is to ask a person who knows. But many horse owners are hesitant to ask question of their farrier. They either don't want to interrupt his work or think their questions will sound foolish. Well, here are answers to a few frequently asked questions (none of which are foolish) that have been asked of me during shoeing appointments.
Life is strolling along on the new property. The house is FINALLY coming together and there is an end in sight. Some day I'll actually be able to live with my horses again! The days of complaining about hauling water to the horses are gone, we have water, wash rack, tie rack, arena, trails... all the things a horse lover could ask for. Well, I could ask for a barn, but I promised my husband I won't for a couple of years. Land clearing and house building takes a lot of time and money!
By New Jersey ACTHA Member Lois Dawn Fritz
When asked to share my "story" with other ACTHA members...initially, I did not want to draw any attention to myself. Inside my head I knew God, my husband, my friends, my five horses and four dogs deserved the credit for the state of wellbeing that I enjoy today.
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