Tuesday, January 31, 2023


Horses & Healing

When I was introduced to Spring Ducatti - aka Duckie -  he was for sale because he was a bit too much horse for the adult amateur that currently owned him, and he was very athletic and powerful.  I was searching for my next horse, and I was told I should go out to try him.  I was blown away by his beauty and his movement - and a bit intimidated by his strength and athleticism. 

A Force of Nature

Rising Stars

The Big Red Bow


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