Did you know there is a Corgi Witness Protection Program? Do you have room for a dog with a history? It’s the one year anniversary of the day that Walter came here from Wyoming to rescue the Dude Rancher and I from the peace and quiet of the Colorado Prairie. He’d done a few things … Read more
Because it’s never too late for him to become a Christmas Pony!
Look! It’s Miss February! The 2014 Infinity Farm Calendar is finally available on-line. Designing the calendar was easy, wrestling with installing PayPal buttons, not so much! There is a new page here on the blog, see it by my header image above, or click here. It’s the Infinity Farm Store, and it has a slide … Read more
Meet Archie. He got introduced by that name, but I prefer being a bit more formal with him, as a sign of respect. Archibald feels more suitable. Here he is passing time with a couple of boys in my herd, but I distracted him with a compliment and he’s on his way over for a … Read more
I’ve been thinking about Julie. Cool name, isn’t it? I make no apologies, I was 6 years old and thought it was the best name ever.
“You know, no one will ever care about your horse the way that you do.” My friend said it in a testy voice.
Dominating athleticism… Razor sharp senses… Intense animal magnetism… Walter!
A client and I went to see a horse this week. He belonged to her in the past, but I have known him through 5 owners, each time given up reluctantly. This horse is 10 years old. Our Boy is a sensitive, athletic horse, smart and honest. In other words, a wonderful horse. In other … Read more
I had a philosophy teacher who believed that vulnerability was our greatest strength. I debated her; my shell was pretty thick back then and I had a lot to defend. When I was worn out from being tough and arrogant, I gave in. I knew she was right or I wouldn’t have been so afraid … Read more
The Wild Texas Wind, aka Windy. Not a particularly unique name. She’s a chestnut mare, no shortage of those. She was a stay at home mom, the world is run by those. She came to live here late in life because she lost her home, a too common condition for horses. Windy survived several changes … Read more