In 2014 we moved from a city lot on a golf course to five-acres just outside of town. Follow along as I work with Gentry, my current training project, and discover all the ups and downs of having horses at home on a hobby farm!
I know several of my regular readers are curious to know what's going on with the selling process. I don't want to jinx things though, so I've decided not to blog about it until it is all over. I'm happy to say that I've had a lot of interest in Rose. However, anyone who's ever sold a horse at her price point before knows what a process it can be to get the stars, sun and moon to all align, especially when the horse is located in the middle of nowhere Montana. It doesn't help that professionally this is my busy season. I have a lot of work on my desk (really really awesome good stuff...haven't felt this positive about work since 2006!) and as always Jr. to take care of. I've had a busy week. I promise to give a full update on everything regarding the sale once it is final/complete. Until then, I'm looking forward to some more awesome pony time this weekend, because that is all she's been lately. Totally awesome! She's actually making this whole thing really hard on me.