Wednesday, May 6, 2009

It's been a busy few days...

The last week has just been so hectic out at Shiloh. The LOPE event took alot of our time and we had just returned from Hungary.


I finally uploaded some photos of the past few days! Sorry it took me so long!

First off, Bombay is now looking for her new home and future. This is a very special mare, beautiful and elegant, sound, willing, and young. Watch and listen to her new adoption video below.



A photo I forgot to add to the LOPE post. Here we are with our LOPE t-shirts on. You couldn't miss us!

Last Saturday, we had Phi Theta Kappa out to wash some horses. Of course, Taco had to get in the picture...
For some of the horses it was the first good bath of the year. The weather was warm and the horses were dirty. The group made full use of our new washrack area. Heavenly, Canyon, and Galaxy are pictured here getting their baths, Trigger is in there also.
White Cloud enjoyed some spoiling...Whiskey was cleaned up...

Then they planted a tree in our Cherry Pie area. Thanks guys!

Chief in his ICU unit. We have to keep him all wrapped up for protection and support. Sadly, it is hard to tell if he is improving. But, his attitude is still good and he is still fighting. We just don't know what the final outcome will be for this special horse.

Margarita took a nap by Chief this morning. There is always someone there keeping him company...

Lovely is looking great, she has put on just tons of weight and looks and feels like a different horse. There was no special feed used with her, just a correct feeding program. Shows you what the correct amount of food will do...

Lovely's best pasture friend, Ciento. They are always together.

A cute pic...

Echo Echo is living out in the Area 51 pasture and doing great. He has a great quality horse life, and although he is still laminitic, he is happy and content.

It was very hot out at the ranch today, up into the upper 90's. Summer is definitely here! The dogs found a cool spot to rest while we fixed up the new improved pig mud hole (which of course they don't want to go in!).

Rocky Road eats his breakfast. This is one really nice young gelding. Great potential and very willing.

Gummie Pen member, Laramie waits at the gate for his Feed Fairy Equine Senior.


Remember how depressed and quiet Capone was when he came from the Pahrump Animal Control auction? Look at him now!









1 comment:

Found art blog said...

Y'know, it's so good to see Chief's friends visiting him!! Guess they missed him just as much as the humans! And Taco was obviously giving instructions out...!