i should really be writing about the new slaughter house that Temple Gradin of CSU helped design, http://articles.ky3.com/2012-03-30/horse-slaughter_31257970 .
It's being championed by a "human" Sue Wallis. http://rtfitchauthor.com/tag/sue-wallis/ She is a wyoming state rep: Sue Wallis 307-685-8248
E-Mail Address firstname.lastname@example.org
thats her work adress...and really she needs some input.
Front Range Equine Rescue is working to stop the slaughter: http://frontrangeequinerescue.org/front-range-equine-rescue-horse-slaughter.php You can also sign this petition and send it to your friends: http://www.change.org/pet
Spring break! Anyways, if the kids want to ride, or the adults, I have some extra time available. I can make half day, or full day availablelet me know if you want that.
Spring break lessons.
9 and younger1 hr, ½ hr ride; $45/lesson;
9 and older1 ½ hrs, ¾ hr ride; $55/lesson;
9 and older2 hrs; 1 hr ride; $60 per lesson.
If you have already purchased a block, your block lesson prices apply i.e. you can use your pre-paid lessons.
We are meeting at our barn just North of Longmont, with Sunny, Cinder, Albert, Gee and Josie!
Hope to see you for spring break and the summer! Oh, and r
Hay Hay Hay All,
Well, its time to start thinking about holiday shopping (humor me here) and I have some prints up for y'all to look at, and maybe buy, cards, puzzles, poster prints, all that kind of good thing. The money goes to hay, and care and good stuff for me and my horse friends--so consider some horsey things for your friends.
There are all kinds of pictures on my page, some mom took, some are from were taken at summer camp, and some by my students. The portrait of Albert was taken by Little Lindsey, thanks, it's a great shot.
Mom will be adding some items to my Cafe-press page soon, and will let you know.
If you think you might