09/22 ~ Today our 12 years old Half Arabian mare Camelia, is retiring with your new owner because she has Lyme disease causing arthritis.
She will be missed but I know she will be happy in her new pasture and she will make a beautiful quiet walks in the nature with her new rider
We wish him a lot of happiness We love you my little Camelia and good road to you !
Okay I’m excited to announce my first boarder’s horse! Meet LSF Loaded Pistol who is a German Sport Horse stallion. I am not sure what his coat is called, but it is interesting to look at. His barn name is Bone so that is what I will be calling him from now on. Bones is separated from my other stallions and geldings for now until he gets all his updated shots. Apparently, he was named after a television show. He is massive as well towering over my much shorter frame. He towers over any of my other horses as well. I haven’t met his owner in person just yet, but I know he is a dressage rider. The man is taller than me and a fantastic rider. He offered to help ride my English horse in return for reduced board. I accepted it since I really needed help riding all the horses that I have. I had already let me know that my trainer will be using one of the outdoor arenas on Saturday and Sunday for lessons. I let him know that I do have multiple outdoor arenas so he is more than welcome to use the others that aren’t being used for the lessons. Bones does have to stay by himself in his stall, so I have been hand walking him in one of the smaller arenas. I also trotted him here as I have been informed, he does have some halter horse training. The vet should be here in a few days to give him all his required shots so he will be able to join the others. He was supposed to have them before he came but the vet has canceled on him last minute. If you know what his coat is called let me know! I would love to know what this coat is called.