(the quotes are directly from your site)
"Laural Lake is a 10.5 acre property, just over the line of Caroline County, and Spotsylvania County."
lnstead of using so many commas, you may want to take all of those out. (Laural Lake is a 10.5 acre property just over the line of Caroline County and Spotsylvania County.)
On your albums page, you spelled 'storm' wrong in "After the Storm". "Amanda, and Laura & Wayne Usher manage the farm."
l'm assuming that you all share the same last name because you have no last name listed for Amanda and Laura, so instead you could write: "Amanda, Laura, and Wayne Usher manage the farm." "We spend our days grooming, feeding, and training our horses & goats, visitors are welcome!"
Maybe use 'and' instead of '&'. Also, these two sentences don't really go together. Maybe you could write, "We spend our days grooming, feeding, and training our horses and goats. Visitors are always welcome!" You may also want to request that people call ahead before visiting so you are sure someone will be able to answer any questions they may have and/or give them a tour of your facilities.
(On Zeph's page)
"Although he is blind in his right eye, and has clouding in his left, he is able compensate to well in whatever environment he is placed in."
lnstead of overusing commas, you could just say, "Although Zeph is blind in his right eye and has clouding in his left, he is able to compensate well in any environment he is placed in."
"For more photos' of Zeph, please click here
The apostrophe is not necessary after the word photos
lf you're sure that you are qualified to give lessons and teach people well, l would put a section on your experience, in what disciplines you have experience, how old you are, your last name, not just Amanda
, any showing experience you may have, how long you have been riding, etc.
You also may want to take the blog out. lf you want to keep it, that's fine, but l would save that kind of stuff for somewhere else. lf you DO keep it, l would stop using terms such as 'LOL' if you want to give a professional impression. Just a thought!
lt seems like you've really got a good start on this. Good luck!