Doesn't it always seem to be just at the most inopportune moment that your horses maim themselves or suddenly have the worst colic in history? Yeah, mine too.
If Horses Made New Years Resolutions- HorseNation too bad I don't have one lol :(
No matter how much I learn there are still those humbling moments with horses when I feel like a real schmuck. Sadly I don't think that will change anytime soon (or ever).
This week, Morgane Schmidt compiles an illustrated list of “The Top 5 Most Annoying Moments When Cleaning Stalls.” - HorseNation.com
Horse Nation's illustrious illustrator Morgane Schmidt is back this week with a horses-only advice column, “Ask Icee.”
Every time my fellow equestrians and I sit around and discuss just how much extra time and money we would have if we weren't busy spending it all on horses, we always arrive back at the same conclusion: we would be miserably bored with a life without horses. This either proves that horses are a passion or an addiction (and it seems to me the line between those two is awfully thin. ;)).
If you've ever read an equine "for sale" ad and wondered what they really meant, then this week's comic should enlighten you. For those of us who read most ads and just shake our heads, perhaps you'll get a chuckle out of this.
It's so funny because it's all happened to us! ;P
so much truth
There's one of these guys in every herd. Fortunately I recognize the potential for disaster and as a result do the majority of my barn work outside of Willie's (my 2 year old) reach. Woody generally thinks he's too good for these sorts of shenanigans so I'm usually safe even if he's on the loose. In any case, this comic was inspired by Holly from MD who has a somewhat mischievous Friesian yearling who apparently had a lot of fun doing this to her. Thank you Holly! :)