Author Archives: BlogPatty
By Patty Wilber Thursday was my last day of in person classes for the Spring term at Central New Mexico Community College. All my face to face Microbiology classes have finals graded and grades posted! I have three more online … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber Back Country Horsemen 101 at the Stanley Cyclone Arena was my entertainment last Saturday! (Friday was judging high school rodeo cow horse with Jordyn!)
By Patty Wilber We had two days of strong winds this week–gusts up to 60 mph they said–but the sun was out and it was over 60F.
By Patty Wilber Cometa is 25 this year. This is him last summer, at 24.
By Patty Wilber My favorite volunteer activity is trail work with the Back Country Horseman, so it stands to reason that the future show ring cow horse ranch horse, Gette (who is one year old), is also expected to become … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber I have always liked the horse show class “trail”. I like helping horses learn to navigate gates, bridges, and poles at all three gaits. I like backing Ls and Hs and Zs. I like tight transitions and … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber The onset of springtime is always “fun” as the horses start losing their winter coats and we become inundated with hair. My favorite is when hair on my gloves ends up stuck on my chap-sticked lips when … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber Last Friday, Deets went home for the weekend, and Gette came home for the weekend. What fun to have her here! On Sunday, before she went back to Christy’s, we took her for a beer run.
By Patty Wilber After a night of snow, the sun was out and the wind was calm, so the horses took the opportunity to snooze it up in the afternoon (35F).