Monthly Archives: November 2012

Picture with Santa and the Horses

Rachael, Princess and Santa Thanksgiving weekend, the barn where we now board our three horses had a picture with Santa or picture with your horse or both santa and your horse day.  My oldest daughter Rachael posed with her horses … Continue reading

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Major and Princess and Galloping Grove

In September, 2012, we moved Major and Princess to a place in Wisconsin called Galloping Grove.  We wanted lots of room for them to roam and graze.  The problem with this new place is that it is a 50 minute … Continue reading

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Rocky and Junior

When blind Rocky was still at our old barn, every night we’d go out and graze and exercise and around 8:15 or 8:30 we’d come in.  Most people were gone by then and in the aisle of stalls where Rocky … Continue reading

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Rocky and the Herd

Yesterday I got an email from Sandy at Refuge Farms with pictures of Rocky out with the herd, standing with the other horses.  Finally, after about three months, he’s finally not afraid and he’s allowing the others to come up … Continue reading

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Rocky Rides

My second visit to see Rocky was November 3, 2012 for a yearly fundraiser that Refuge Farms puts on.  It took place at the equestrian center at the Univerisity of Minnesota on their St. Paul campus.  Halfway through the evening they presented … Continue reading

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Rocky’s New Home

Rocky lives at Refuge Farms now.  I went to visit him the first time on Oct. 13, 2012.  It had been about a month since I’d seen him last.  I got to take him out in the yard to let … Continue reading

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Rocky’s Transport

The time between when we learned that the barn was closing and the time that Rocky actually left were some of the hardest days of my life.  Once I knew that he was going to the horse rescue farm, I … Continue reading

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