Are These Horses Blindfolded?

How Do They See? Fly masks come in all sorts of shapes and colors. Some are made from net. In my opinion the most durable are made from

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Is this Horse Red?

As a child, my first horse’s name was Red. The name held no great imagination, but that was his name when my dad bought him. He was a

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3 Little Words that Sound the Same

We all have our bug-a-boos, or things that will stop us from reading a story. For me, it’s certain words related to horses. I’ll own that I might

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A Conversation with Reno is More Than Words

Sometimes, even on very nice days, Reno has to spend a few hours during the afternoon in his stall because, um, just like his horse mom, he tends

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*Arosa, the Gift

Thirty-nine years ago today an Arabian filly of royal parentage was born in Poland. *Arosa’s sire, *El Paso, was the US and Canadian National Champion who sold for

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Collision of Lies by Tom Threadgill, Review by Barbara Ellin Fox

My blog intention isn’t to write lots of reviews but I read another good story that I want to share with you, especially those who love suspense and

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Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens – Review

Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens has sold an awesome 4.5 million copies, and in 2019 sold more copies than any other adult book- fiction or non-fiction. It

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Finding the Road Home by Tina Radcliffe

It’s always exciting to discover an author you love has begun a new series. I love Tina Radcliffe’s stories, so Finding the Road Home was a fun one

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Patti Stockdale & Three Little Things, Historical Fiction

I’m excited to tell you about a book, Three Little Things, I recently read written by debut author, Patti Stockdale. There is no doubt this story was written

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Saying Goodbye to Chippy

Anyone who has animals knows that sooner or later you must face end of life issues. It’s especially hard when the time comes for a longtime friend, like

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