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I have been over on facebook alot and have let this site go neglected. My apologies. I am going to crank it up again and start posting more about what’s happening at the farm. I promise to do better and … Continue reading
Terry Kevlin sent some pictures of her horse PIP. She has boarded him here at Avalon Farms for a number of years and has enjoyed many hours in the saddle with him riding our trails.
Hendrix did very well and he was gelded today. A break in the weather before the real winter cold was the perfect time to do it. Dr Thomas and his assistant came out at 11am. I didn’t feed Hendrix beforehand…just … Continue reading
When I was a kid, growing up around Boston, this is what the police looked like. There were lots of protests going on against Viet Nam. I skipped school one day in high school and went with some friends to … Continue reading
When I arrived to feed at the arena this morning, Deb had already fed the herd. Our rescue thoroughbred mare “Baby” was in the arena eating and cold so I put her blanket on. It’s still raining (and flooding) and … Continue reading
Just finished watching the 2 DVD set “Ray Hunt’s Colt Starting” and I picked up several new ideas for my approach with Hendrix. The problem is it’s raining hard…and the round pen is a mud pit. ugh…Tomorrow the weather calls … Continue reading
Hope you have a great turkey day and enjoy food & good times with those you love.Things are buzzing around the farm as the holidays approach. The house is already almost all decorated and I’m working on Christmas cards. This … Continue reading