I was asked to post some pics of “a” braided harness I’ve made on a forum I participate in. I thought I’d share some thoughts here as well. Actually I now have 3 of these – 1 is still not complete, but it might get there eventually!
Naming ponies is always fun. We have had many over the years. I thought I’d start out with the names we’ve used, Continue reading
The girls came out again. After seeing the colt, “Hopper”, they once again helped handle Bee-Bay…
I did know that Bunny was in foal. She appeared to be. Had no idea when exactly she was due. I wasn’t watching close enough.
We do a modified version of imprint training that works for us. With that, the girls’ joined me outside with GG and Bee-Bay.
Posted in New Foals, News, Ponies, Training
Tagged Bee-Bay, foal handling, GG, grace, gwen, imprint training, lp painted toro, Toro
GG is so good, but she did escape her pasture through a gate that wasn’t very well secured. We have a little bay filly. We haven’t actually chosen a name yet, but that will come as we get to know this little girl…
I, Paula – the “P” in “LP”, am going a little chicken crazy! I wanted to know what sexes of chix I would have hatching and this is the year, 2018, that I decided it was time to get going! Continue reading
I have been meaning to do a links page for a long time. Here it is. Will be updated as I find more information. Continue reading
Posted in Articles, Driving, Horse Equipment
Tagged carolina carriage superstore, carolina carriages, carts, driving pairs, glinkowski, hardwick, kutzman, marathon vehicles, mini mix, pair vehicles, puddle jumper, tad pole, wagonette, wagons
Another person asked what we have in our barns for driving. Here is my response with our past and current vehicles – Continue reading
Posted in Articles, Driving, Horse Equipment, Ponies, Working Ponies
Tagged carts, disk, driving pairs, driving single, ez entry, farm equipment, forecart, pony driving, sulky, wagons
A statement in Driving Mini Horses posted by Target’s Mom on 14 December 2011 –
“It seems that a lot of people are “lurking” here so I thought it might be helpful to post some driving photos with a bit of an explanation. For example, age/training of mini, activity represented, type of cart, anything else you can think of.”
To which I posted:
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Tagged 1st hitch, Bell, Bit, braided haystring, drag, ground driving, home made harness, recycled haystring, trail driving