Honey and Bae have different personalities when it comes to many things. Leaving the other horses is a very different experience for each of them. When Honey goes out with us, even to take the kids for a ride in the yard, Bae panics and whinnies and runs around the corral, non stop, until we … More My Horses : Honey is Ridden, But Bae Gets the Workout
Yesterday, Juliana took Bay out for a ride because Honey’s right front foot was a little tender due to a thrush infection. Cheryl walked along with Mairsiedotes, for the exercise, and I followed. We went out to the field at the end of the street and explored a little. As we started for home, I … More My Horses : Honey Escapes!
Yesterday I called in the Veterinarian because Bae Bee had puffy eyes that were dripping a thick yellowish white ooze. “It’s pink eye,” the Vet said. He checked both the horses out and, while they cooperated very well, and he complimented them on being very nice horses, he said they were dangerously close to foundering. That … More The Difference Between A $5,000 Horse and a $300-$1,500 Horse