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Sera has a new home!

  Some of you may remember that Sera is a thoroughbred mare that I acquired a few years ago.  She had been low on weight but otherwise in good condition.  I brought her home, fattened her up and started riding her.  I have had two wonderful years of learning to ride dressage on her.  She [...]

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This is my quarter horse, Lakota. Not much to look at, but he is a very good trail horse. Not much in the arena, but then I rarely ride him in the arena. He is just a good dependable trail buddy. Goes through anything and over anything. Although, he is always hungry and does like [...]

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Just got back from a wonderful weekend at Fort Valley Ranch, Fort Valley, VA in the Shenandoah Valley.  I read an article about this area in the Trail Rider magazine and decided it would make a great trip for my husband and I.  We have been so busy over the summer that we have not [...]

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Summer Equestrian Camps

Baymount Farm Summer Camp    Here it is.  What you have been waiting for all along.  My video on the summer camp for 2010.   Six glorious weeks of children learning to ride trail horses.   While I was not swamped with children, I did end up having the correct amount so that everyone had a good time [...]

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We have been working hard to offer the public an opportunity to stretch their equestrian opportunities in an affordable and convenient way during these tough economic times.  We have been training horses for a flat monthly fee including board and lessons to the owner, plus providing riding lessons for all ages, and summer camps for children below [...]

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I remember my first horse.  I was 28 years old and purchased a mix breed that was advertised as a TWH.  If there was walker in him, I didn’t know it.  But I had fun and learned a lot.   AND I KNEW IT ALL!  Afterall, I had watched all the westerns with my Dad;  John [...]

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Winter Riding and a Fit Horse

Let’s face it, when cold weather comes around most of us want to hibernate. It’s not much fun going out in the cold to ride, especially if it is wet out. And in Statesville, North Carolina it seems all we have is wet winters. Cold one day, warm the next, plus rain…… Shorter days, yucky [...]

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