Tag Archives: sweet-itch

Fresh New Year, Fresh New Horse

It’s not hard to guess if and where my sweet-itchy horse is itching. As soon as he sees me he will either plonk that part of himself directly in front of me or point to it with his nose.  Though … Continue reading

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My Little …. Zebra?

I apologise if my last post sounded as if I’d awoken from a long slumber and got out of bed on the wrong side.  In the period since my post about Pom recovering from his temper tantrum (Welcome Back Dr. … Continue reading

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Two midlife crises and – we resort to drugs

  In my last post, I was hoping that the local hunting season had come to an end, but no, yesterday (Sunday) I rode past the chasseurs’ cabin in the woods and, judging by the number of camouflage-jacketed men and their dogs, … Continue reading

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On Being a Foreigner

  Previously, I wrote about how our two older horses came to live with us.  After they both retired, I really missed the physical and emotional closeness of being able to ride them, even though we still loved looking after … Continue reading

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