Five Months with the Choctaw Princess

Here is a photo of the Choctaw Princess about five months on another cloudy day. You can see she is in good condition because she is bit sleeker than her usual fuzzy winter self. I let her out to roll and she spent most of her time tearing around bucking and kicking. She sweated just […]

On Feeding a Princess

Along with the Choctaw Princess, I got a five-pound bucket of the latest in feed additives for horses prone to grass founder. The supplement contains beneficial yeast as saccharomyces cerevasiae and beneficial fungi as aspergillus oryzae as well as some of the usual lacto, bifido and enterococcus bacteria. I went out on a limb when […]

The Choctaw Princess 30 Days Later

I usually find myself regretting that I have not taken before pictures a year or so after my rescue horses show up. This time around, I decided to take photos of the Choctaw Princess every 30 days starting from the beginning and make a record of how she changes. The easiest way to get a […]

A Choctaw Princess

I have been insisting that I do not have the physical or financial resources to take on a horse for so long that a conspiracy to get a horse to me developed. First my neighbor began to insist that if I was not going to get a horse he was going to get one for […]

Marketing and Scams

Well, maybe scam is putting it a bit strongly, but I somehow triggered the ‘give us your money, we have 850,000 contacts who want to buy YOUR book!’ ads before I even got any manuscripts to my e-publisher.  I suppose it is possible that the advertisers might genuinely have hundreds of thousands of live contacts […]