A Day on the Farm- Learning to Lead

Well, it’s the end of the day here and I am taking the time to write this blog post before I grain. Yes, I know I am going to be graining late but the horses will have something to eat later on in the evening. Today was a HUGE day for miss Lark. She wasContinue reading “A Day on the Farm- Learning to Lead”

Hank’s second month

The human that seems to be “ours” is acting strange. The scent of something hangs about her. It is not fear but it is close to it. I am not certain what is going on but I watch as people come and go. A few days ago a small one was born. She whinnied andContinue reading “Hank’s second month”

Hank’s First Month

We were in a corral, a small area with high fences and an area that we could go under. I didn’t trust the thing. My herd mate liked it. The three mares had a few shelters they could go in. Everything about this place was wrong. Too much water. I could smell water everywhere. IContinue reading “Hank’s First Month”

Hank’s Journey East

Horses remember things differently. My name is Hank and as you read in the last blog post I was uncertain as to what was going to happen to me and my friends. Most of my life was spent roaming vast amounts of land searching for food and water for me and my herd. It wasContinue reading “Hank’s Journey East”

Season of Thanks

This time of year is one where we should focus on all that we have and all that has come to pass during the year. This time last year Hank was a newly captured horse without any idea what was going on. His entire life was turned upside down and he was probably very confusedContinue reading “Season of Thanks”

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