Thursday, January 20, 2011

Photos From the Past Few Days...

Sorry that it has been a while since I blogged but I have been so busy and then had the flu for the past two days...

We did have a New Arrival yesterday. Chocolate Moose is a 7 year old Percheron cross from Northern CA who was donated by his very caring owners. He is broke to ride (although probably needs some mileage). He seems very friendly and has really just settled right into the craziness that is Shiloh...


Sally cannot even reach to get his halter on...

Moose is HUGE! 18 hands!


Look at what a shrimp Sally is next to him!


The Big Pasture horses enjoy the warmer sun...

Elisa worked with Beau. I am working on another under saddle video of him...

Lindsey Loham dozing on City Center...

Tortilla and Taquito also hung out at City Center...

Little Rugrat in her Medical Stall- she is recovering nicely from having had her bad eye removed. Hopefully, she will soon be back to her wandering ways...

Tulsa in her Medical Stall. We are very concerned about her leg now and will most likely be sending her back into the vet clinic today. She has Degenrative Suspensory Disease in all four legs already and a few months ago injured a tendon in her lower leg while out in her pasture. Along with the vet and the vet's farrier, we have been working to try to stabilize her leg, but it looks like we are losing the battle...

Ochocinoc and Cairo eat some food in their Bungalow...

While Sunny sticks her tongue out at me!

Inspirada looks like she is smiling over in the Hospice area...

4 comments:

Dom said...

I work for the standardbred retirement foundation and hear good things about you guys. I'll definitely be watching.

Dan said...

Hope things work out for Tulsa -x-
Moose is just gorgeous (and huge), it's probably like riding a rocking horse when he canters!
Dan
-x-

Found art blog said...

I Love Chocolate Moose!!!! He looks bigger than your Tanis.... and Tanis is big...! And my word confirmation on this in "inxess" ! Excessively large horses!!!

Anonymous said...

Chocolate Moose is AWESOME! I hope he finds a home that loves him from the tips of his ears to the bottoms of those amazing hooves. I showed him off to all the people at the office, even the Non-Horse people were impressed with him!