Suzy marches with some of our riders who are Veterans in the NYC Parade. Carrying banner on left is Sam Garcia, U.S. Navy, and on right is Dave Dunwell, also U.S. Navy. Behind on left is Richard Farley, U.S. Army, and on right is Ron Holmes, also U.S. Army.
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The show is far from over! Blooming right now are: Sweet alyssums (which have been at it all summer long) chrysanthemums, asters, both purple and white (the name means “stars”) and thoroughwort, a toxic wildflower (don’t eat it!) that makes fuzzy parachutes for its seeds so they’ll spread all over Several other plants are making […]
Our guys get to work on the Green and they are wonderful!
Our two (!) new horses spent a couple of hours on the Green and were as calm as coudl be. Trailering — not so much but we’ll work on that. Hope to get them to lessons soon! Sarah Jane is in love already, and you will be too! Thanks Marie and Liz for getting them […]
Hostas The seed stalks of the caladiums have ripened and will soon scatter. Everywhere a seed lands, a new bulb will grow. And as the weather turns cold the leaves that have been dormant all summer will unfold into green and silver arrowheads and be bright all winter. The goldenrods are living up to their […]
“The term “motherese” is used to refer to the way many humans talk to their horses,” co-author Dona Davis of the University of South Dakota’s Department of Anthropology and Sociology told Discovery News. “It is not ‘baby talk,’ but a controlled and calming tone of voice. People use this language tone so as not to […]