Milton’s Noseband Adventures, Or How Tack on One Horse Affects The Other Horse

Riding

Awareness of the outside world. “Half a century after Dartmouth College first admitted women, a female scholar and college administrator for the first time has been selected to lead the Ivy League institution, ending the hegemony of men who have filled the role for 253 years and through 18 presidencies.” Valley News: Dartmouth College names next president, Lippman, Jul 2.

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Greg has been experimenting with various hackamore/bit combinations for Milton.

In Sunday, he used a simple side pull hackamore WITHOUT a bit.

(What?! Greg pointed out that Milton will stop or hop when disturbed. In the time we have know Milton, speed has never been his friend. They were both fine with the idea. I hyperventilated a little. But I digress.)

Milton loved it.

He walked with a gorgeous, swingy walk.

Rodney can usually outwalk Milton with little effort.

He could still outwalk Milton, but now he had to work at it.

He was not pleased.

Onwards!
Katherine

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