A look at the barn.
I’ve been away from the blog for a few days. Kathy and I went to Tucson Arizona to look at a boarding and training facility to lease. When we were there this past winter, at the Tucson Rodeo, one of my clients Jan, Took us around to a couple of barns. This particular barn was one she use to be in. Anyway, we got a call about a month ago from the owner of that barn, wanting to know if we would be interested in leasing the barn from her.
There are about 20 horses in the barn right now but, the barn, has no trainer. This looks like a good fit for us so we are considering it carefully. It would mean that we would be a little tied down, like a real job I guess, but we think it may be worth it.
We love this area and our home and want to keep them both so it may mean having to take this. It won’t be for a little while and I plan to keep writing my blog. There will be a lot to write about there with all the horses and, we think, a really good chance to be in front of a lot of people to have the chance to show them what we do.
The GRAY and the Stallion continue to make good progress and both are scheduled to go home the end of June.
Bitsy has come down with, what we think is, pigeon fever. I’m calling the vet today to get her in so they can look at it. It may mean that she will have to go home early to recuperate and then come back to finish her last month here. She looks fine and is eating and drinking but she does not feel up to working. Will let you know more about that as time goes on.
Will try and keep you updated with info on what the heck I'm doing with horses and music.