Originally Posted by Cacowgirl
Love the pics, & the stories-keep 'em coming!
Stan-sorry to hear that your wife got bucked off,how is she doing? I hope you can get Bugs out some more. Are you still planning on selling Stella?
MC-do you need tags to hunt when they are after livestock? I was never one to think that putting predators back in an area where people are living/farming was a good idea. So sorry to hear about the depletion of the deer & elk also.
Roslyn is fine just a sore butt. She was ready to sell Kate and get a galding but yesterday when in the paddock Kate followed her around mumbling. Wife said it brought a tear to her eye almost like the horse was saying sorry.
Bugs will get more work over the next week Just waiting for the rain and wind to stop.
Now for Stella she seems to have settled a little and I have to confess I really do like that horse, she has a way of looking at you that melts the resolve. Before I decided to move her on I brought her a bitless bridal to try. That's how confident I was in her ability to respond to light touch and voice. Am I still going to sell her. Ill start riding her soon to bring her back into work and see how she responds not being ridden for such a long time (months) Ill lay odds she will just take it in her stride. Issus I have is will she walk out without the other horses, that will be one of the deciding factors. Torn, don't know what to do, we are not surposed to feel an attachment for a horse, after all its just a horse.
Lost, one horse and wife, reward offered for the safe return of the horse. Just joking and I know, off to the corner again for that one.
Have an enjoyable christmas day folks, don't eat to much for it will settle on the butt, and its the horse that has to carry the extra load.