It’s time for a blog hop of barn tours! Ever wonder where your horsey Blogger friends spend most of their day? Want to show off the amazing place you get to keep your fur child? Now is your chance to share and get to know your friends just a little bit more!
Here’s how it’s going to work; its simple and fun!
Share with us the following 5 photos:
A View of the Barn
There are two barns on the property where I board the boys. One we call the new barn, which is where my boys live, and another is called the Morton barn. The morton barn is attached to the indoor.
The dutch doors and the rubbery brick flooring are probably my favorite features of the barn itself. It is nice and open, and it’s easy to get a breeze going. There is also radiant heat (under the floor) in the winter, so other than the insane temperatures earlier this week, I’ve never seen the buckets freeze.
Your Horse’s Living Space
The Tack Room
View of Where You Ride
Your Favorite Feature of Your Facility
Besides the heating and the dutch doors, I love the non-slip rubber bricks in the aisles.
Sunday I rode Stampede again, and he was much improved. He gave me some nice flat work. I also gave him his first injection of Ichon.
Monday P was still more stiff than I would like, so we did a nice easy hack focusing on relaxing and not really pushing too much when it came to lengthening his stride.
Tonight I had a lesson Stampede. He felt good to the left, but a little sticky in the canter to the right. Decided to jump since I hadn’t Saturday. Stampede was really good, very relaxed. I did get too relaxed to the in of a diagonal line the first time, so I circled and tried again instead of missing the out as well. Stampede was even polite and moved up to an oxer on the out of a roll back in my equitation course without complaint. Woo hoo. Not sure if it was the robaxin, the time off, the Ichon shot, or luck, but I’ll take it.