Hey, Isn’t This A Horse Blog? We Now Return To Our Regularly Scheduled Programming


Lucky enough to have horses

Awareness of the outside world. Georgia? Who would have thought?
It’s the little things.

The happiness of walking into the local feed store & seeing a tall pile of your hard-to-find feed. [Beginning Nov 4]

Getting to the poop pile before it is kicked all over the stall.

Finding the glove you dropped.

Finding the glove you dropped *not* in the mud.

And one not so little.

Finding out it’s an abscess instead of tendon damage. Picture from late December when blacksmith was finally able to carve out the remnants. Abscess was back in November. Pardon the blur. Trying not to clog up the shoeing process in my quest for blog media. [The Replay]

Stay safe. Stay sane.
Katherine Walcott

Categories: Horses

6 replies »

  1. I have many times done the “just an abscess” dance of glee. I recently tried Hoof Armor on my abscess prone TB after two this fall . . . will report back on the success.

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