The Social License of the Horse Industry and the Five Domains

When I began putting my series on horse training together, I did not realize how revolutionary my basic principles were. But now, mostly because anything people do with their horses can become part of the very public smart phone conversation, the horse industry is coming around to considering the impact that social license has on […]

In July I have an Apple-Loosa

The Choctaw Princess has been keeping the weeds down and ignoring the fruit trees until just a couple of days ago. Then she decided that the apples were far enough along to be a delectable treat, long before I would consider them even close to ripe.  Since the tree had started to drop both apples […]

The Ideal Spanish Mustang is a Square Horse

I have written a series of explanations and acclamations about the wondrous Square Horse. Now I want to make it clear that my image of a healthy population of Colonial Spanish horses and breeders is something like a trampoline. If there is full circle with enough people holding their opinions and enough horses strongly enough, […]

The Choctaw Princess in June

It is mid-June and the weather has finally warmed up enough for the biting flies and gnats to come out.  I quit refilling the sunflower seed dispenser for the chickens, so they will have to dig around in the horse manure to get their sunflower fix. Hopefully, they will also eat most of the fly […]