Wow are we behind on our blog posts! A lot has happened this January to keep us on our toes. Here are some of the highlights:
Julie Winkel clinic
Shelby rode in the Julie Winkel clinic which was hosted by Farewell Farm in Tulsa. She learned loads and found out about an exciting opportunity for next September….we’ll keep you posted ;)
In addition to Mister Bob our lesson pony, we rescued two miniature horses. Pegasus is a flashy, flaxen haired stud. Sypro is, well, looks like a little billy goat right now, but once his mane and tail grow back he’ll hopefully look more horse-like....
Little Sugar Creek Farm has hired on several new hands this month. As we expand to offer lessons and more boarding space, the extra help will be essential! We are really looking forward to having a team atmosphere and a busier barn.
A new home for Devan
One of our broodmares is off to a new home in Texas! She gave us two lovely, sweet babies here (Stormy and Farrah). Her new owners plan to breed her to a pony stud to produce medium/large ponies. With Devan’s fine features, especially her lady-like face, her future pony foals are guaranteed to be adorable!
Winter series circuit
Shelby hitched up the big trailer and took her boys (Hootie, Ollie, and Hercules) down to the Great Southwest Equestrian Center in Katy, Texas or a few weeks. We’ll try to keep the blog updated with results, highlights, and photos.