One horse flicks his ear, still grazing, another pauses his jaw, his tail still amid flies. The mare lifts her head, intelligent brow above wide nostrils, while the elder gelding keeps his neck low, courting smells wafting on the breeze. A small movement in the distance, awareness passes through the herd, their breath in shallower … Read more
It’s been an ordinary year. Animals died here. What could be more normal? Infinity Farm has an extended herd and none of us are youngsters anymore. Over the months, we said goodbye to a boney old Tabby Cat, an ancient foster horse, a young neurologic donkey foster, and a beautiful mare. Aren’t all mares … Read more
How a horse greets us is his honest expression.
A post about how calming signals and gastric ulcers can relate to each other.
Existing in the present moment without expectations or demands is an art form. Respect the masters.
If you are standing next to your horse and he looks away, do you think he’s distracted or even disrespectful? When your horse yawns is he sleepy? If he moves slowly, is he lazy?