Sunday, April 13 2014 by Editor
This weekend from the beach in Florida, I finally had a few moments to reflect on everything that’s taken place since our move back to Lexington. And I’ve realized that even without a horse of my own, I’ve had a lot of great opportunities to get involved in Lexington’s equine community. I would encourage other hopeful amateurs that may also happen to be horseless at the moment to find ways to get involved in their local equine community.
Monday, March 17 2014 by Editor
In exactly one emotional whirlwind of a month, my life has undergone some tremendous changes. My long-term boyfriend successfully completed and graduated from one long year of intense Army pilot training-something that tested us but made our relationship stronger in the end. I also said goodbye to my lease horse, Bentley, and uprooted my life in small town Alabama to move back to Lexington, KY. I know I have mentioned Bentley in previous blogs but I’ve never fully explained how he came to be mine for one wonderful year and why I made the painful but necessary choice not to purchase him.
Sunday, March 02 2014 by Editor
Wow! It has been an eventful couple of weeks but I finally have a moment to write a little about everything that has been going on in my life. January 25th marked one year since we moved to Enterprise, Alabama
In my very first post, I wrote about my childhood and how my love of horses began and blossomed during these years. I also wrote about how I had to leave behind my life with horses as a young girl. Now, I am finishing my story; read the second part of my blog to learn about what has been happening in my young adult life and how I am slowly but surely finding my way back to a life I was born to lead; the life of an equestrian