Sounds like this girl is going to get some great treatment! There are so many lesson progams who are unwilling to have saddle fits, corrective trimming, etc but it looks like you definitely know what you're doing. I'm sure she'll thrive under you. Can't wait to see this beauty in her shiny summer coat!
Thank you! I have been horseless (without my own horse) for about a year now. I sold her because I couldn't take care of her the way I know horses need to be taken care of. Sure, I probably could have afforded hay, enough to keep her alive, but I knew she deserved better than that. I have been waiting to make sure my income far exceeded my expenses. I have been working at a place where saddles are considered for the rider only. I can't stand it. I have big plans for this! Once I get my schedule smoothed out, I want to sponsor one underprivileged kid a month and give them and package of 4 free lessons. The owner, another woman who taught for years, years ago, and myself are planning some 4-5 hour workshops (free) this summer for underprivileged kids. I have a farrier who said she'd come out and do a demonstration for it. I'm very excited! Thanks everyone!
It truly warms my heart to see someone so devoted and educated in horsecare get a winfall like this sweet mare! You're going to be a raging local success and with the great things you're doing for your community, booya! You're awesome! Posted via Mobile Device