Saturday, June 10, 2017

Weekly Blog Roundup

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Jolene and Her Trailer from In Omnia Paratus
I love a good love story, and the best love stories feature trucks.

Trail Riding at Horseshoe Bend from A Collection of Madcap Escapades
Dom always does a superb job of recapping her trail rides, with thoughtful commentary & great photos.

Wedding Photos from The Exquisite Equine
Gorgeous photos on a farm, with horses!

Buying a Baby from Pony Express
It's never been my ambition to raise a baby (human OR equine) so I found this fascinating & full of things I had never thought about before.

Custom Portable Drying Rack: Another SB Blog Non-Crafty DIY from Sprinkler Bandit
I laughed really, really hard.

Gear Post: 2017 Edition from 'Fraidy Cat Eventing
I could read gear posts all day, every day, especially when they're as good as this one.

Epic Blogger Meetup and Winery Ride from DIY Horse Ownership

Kaitlyn Karssen Photography: Houston B from Equestrian at Hart
Jaw-droppingly gorgeous photography.

Transformation...Wednesday: The Conformation and Color from A Enter Spooking
Count me in the camp that wishes grays would stay that way forever. This is a very cool photo progression.

Viva Carlos Book Review: The Natural Rider by Mary Wanless from Viva Carlos
This sounds fascinating.

Temperament vs Rideability from The $900 Facebook Pony
I'm torn on this. I do tend to think there's a link between a horse's basic way of presenting to the world and how easy they are to train, but I don't think it's a direct, straightforward connection. I'll have to think about this a lot more.

Fungus Leg from Poor Woman Showing
I know I'm not the only one who is fascinated by injury/illness progression posts.


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