The calendar changed and so did the weather. These first September days have been undeniably Fall- shorter, crisper and with a bit more oxygen in the air. The moon rules the prairie and this weekend is the Harvest Moon, the full moon nearest the autumnal equinox. I won’t say the word- but tick, tick, tick. … Read more
‘PATH’ Really, who knew the WordPress folks were Equinophiles? Anna, Infinity Farm
Lately, I am discovering I like mares more and more. They are so NOT like most of us humans. They have a refreshing honesty. “If you aren’t going to drive the bus, get out of my way and I’ll do it.” Succinct, blunt and clean with her intention- a mare will get the job done. … Read more
This biggest UP this week at Infinity Farm is SaraJane. She is a lovely 3 yr. old Quarter horse, here in training from Ruby Ranch Horse Rescue and she is making giant strides UP from a rough start. It took some time at the beginning to convince SaraJane that those cute little ears of hers … Read more
I admit it. I find mucking to be a near inspirational time; I simply do my best thinking while holding that fork. Today I was pondering a fairly gut-wrenching blog topic that has been haunting me, but it’s late August and there was an audible fly buzz that’s more than distracting- it’s nearly debilitating. When … Read more
aye-yie-yie-yie! Lisa Crispin and Chester Anna, Infinity Farm.
Dressage is an equine discipline of beauty, partnership and art. YouTube is full of spectacular videos of elite horses and riders. When Blue Hors Matinee’s freestyle was viral, a dozen non-horse friends sent me the link. I hear Moorlands Totilas has groupies like the rock star that he is, but my personal favorite will always … Read more
This week the photo challenge is Entrance. entrance: (verb) enamour, becharm, captivate, beguile, charm, fascinate, bewitch, enchant, Iberian Sporthorse filly. Anna, Infinity Farm.
We humans are always labeling ourselves. Labels reflect politics and attitudes, or can define a purpose. The horse world is no different. We divide ourselves by breed or riding discipline. Sometimes a label is inclusive and sometimes not so much. Some riders label themselves as recreational as opposed to competitive. This feels odd to me- … Read more
This week’s challenge: Mountains. This is my favorite view of Pikes Peak. (The farthest grey horse is looking at it.) Anna, Infinity Farm.