The Gaited Horse Trainer Burl Brooks So as most of you know we are in the process of building a directory of listings to help you find horses trainers and horse rescues, and if you don’t know what I’m …...
Story of the mule egg Richmond County Daily Journal I hope each of you enjoyed your Christmas with friends and family this year. The way people are so scattered about these days, it seems they don't get to visit except a few days out of the year.
I often compare getting an education to going to 'art' school. You might learn how to combine the colors, or what brushes accomplish certain things, but ultimately each of us contains our own story, our own song.
Burl L Brooks's insight:
Yes, horse training is an art. I'd call it a lost art. Not because noone does it, but so few can really excel at it.
I've blogged before about Grand Prix Village and the bridlepaths throughout Wellington, and lately I see so many “ear pictures” of people trail riding to and from the horse show. Photo from Catherine_k7's Instagram.
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