“Bhim’s the name. I was running a herd–the North Dakota 14, they called us. “
Rescues ask for a serious commitment–these special horses have seen the bad side of our species. It isn’t that they need more, they deserve more.
Silence equals consent.
“You can’t save them all!” That’s what my mother said when I was little. What a sorry excuse for inaction.
Because it’s never too late for him to become a Christmas Pony!
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
One of the first things to know about horses is that they are prey animals. Simply put, that means that other animals eat them, and their natural instinct and only defense is to flee. Prey animals usually have wide set eyes as an early defense system. Humans are predators, like mountain lions and wolves. Our … Read more
This clinic will be a fun day with interesting activities for you and your horse. And come even if you don’t bring a horse, auditing is fun, and lunch is included. A few trainers and professionals are coming together for this event, and 100% of the entry goes to the rescue. Check out the flyer … Read more
It was big news when Moorlands Totalis sold last year. Zenyatta is due to foal soon and the press is waiting. I see Ravel had a big win in Florida recently. Well, I have some really big news for the horse world. And I mean Seriously Giant News. But the story starts small, like all … Read more