Mara B and I both warmed up today! Summer temperatures are back. So on our afternoon ride we looked for shade and embraced a light breeze.
Our observation was this piece of equipment in the pasture of the neighborhood stable. Out of place, and not sure just what the project is.
When we returned to the Barn, Mara was sweaty under her bridle. She had a complete rinse off and then it was time for her to be reshod. We tried to accomplish this with no sedation this time, but she wasn’t having it.
Sweating in September, but we’ll take it!
Mara was reshod this morning which took up much of our connection time today.
And Barbie’s colt has received his name! It’s Cha-Ching Cha-Ching his owner Julie told me yesterday.
So today I thought I’d mention to the horse lovers who are following Mara Moments and are without your own horse to please keep in mind the financial reality of owning your own horse. Board, Vet, farrier, equipment, emergencies plus other variables can be costly. Mara Moments does try to be real and share our true experiences, so today’s topic is an important one.
Owning your own horse is truly a wonderful adventure, but please know/remember that owning a horse requires both time and money.
To me it’s also priceless therapy that I’m grateful for.
Mara B was reshod this morning and once again needed a little sedation. Brian her farrier is great and all went smoothly.
I sat in the chair next to her while she ‘woke up’ which took about two hours and cleaned my riding boots.
While Brutus cleaned up the hoof trimmings.
A day of no riding but lots of Barn time and bonding time with Mara B.