Thursday 24 December 2015

A Very Merry Christmas

Hello a very merry Christmas and a happy new year to you all. I didn’t really find the time to do all the posts I’d wanted to on the run up to Christmas but I’m here now to give all my viewers a quick merry horsey fix.

It’s been cold wet and muddy but all our beloved equines are soldiering on through it all and in good health, I think they better have some extra oats and mints come Christmas day. We didn’t find the time this year to dress any of them up for Christmas but here are a bunch of pics given a Christmas look.

Hope you liked them and thanks for dropping in have a wonderful Christmas!

Wednesday 2 December 2015

Just Keeps Coming Back

Long time no see right? My last post was all the way back in 2014 wishing you all a happy Halloween which I hope you had. Now I’m back with Christmas looming just around the corner let’s hope it’s a good one for all, but back on track now, it’s been fun looking back through my blog and seeing how my point of view has changed so drastically on some subject and stayed so true to others but that’s part of the reason I wanted to start a blog so that in years to come I could look back on it and see all the good and the bad times I’ve had with our equines, so without further ado on with the blogging!

As you can see we’re all muddy and the winter plod of horse ownership is in full swing. For anyone wondering that has forgotten our little herds names or simply for my newer viewers the little chap at the very top of the post is Murphy our Welsh section C and the big bay fella above this text is Niko my Thoroughbred gelding that I believe stands at around 16.2hh I should probably re-measure the old boy. Our herd is still fully intact but I currently don’t have any photos of the others floating around to use in this post.

Here’s a pic of Murphy going shopping in our farmshop to make up for no photographs of the others and to think people complain about not being able to load their horses and ponies into a trailer, be patient put the time in and your beloved equine will follow you anywhere.

Trusting that I can find the time I’ll be doing a few blog posts during the run up to christmas and onwards into 2016 and beyond.