Tag Archives: horses
By Patty Wilber The New Mexico Buckskin Horse Association banquet for 2022 was last weekend and Heidi and Penny won Youth Buckskin Rookie of the Year and High Point Buckskin Youth, taking home $400 and a buckle. She also won … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber We had sun melting some snow off the roof of the barn, and Gette, being Gette, noticed.
By Patty Wilber A couple months ago, the Shuert’s and us decided to head to Arizona for five days of mid-winter warmth. Of course, it turned out we had two good days, one cold rainy touristy day where we drove … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber Suffragette CD (“Gette”, pronounced “Jet”) likes to be involved in EVERY thing and seems to fear very little. Except the clippers on her face.
By Patty Wilber Last year has packed up and is heading away, The next won’t be cold-backed, we fervently pray. Here’s a review of a few adventures we had Many were lovely and some were quite sad.
By Patty Wilber The only big, creative Christmas Hat break through I managed was to cut slits in one of my Santa hats so the horse’s ears could poke out. I had planned to at least cut all four hats … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber Saturday and Sunday of last weekend were beautiful and I did not take advantage of the great weather as I wore myself out on Friday enjoying Colleen and her new horse and going to our Back Country … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber This was the last week of school before winter break, so I did spend a fair amount of time on that! I also saddled Gette for the first time. I over estimated her zeal for being a … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber On Thanksgiving Day, the grand daughters (and their mom, Maegan and dad, Rick) flew with us to California where we met up with our son Mark and his wife Erika and the rest of my immediate family! … Continue reading