Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Weds at the Rescue...

A beautiful day at the rescue...

Shiloh's schedule for the week on our white board...

And one of our young visitors made her own schedule next to mine- I thought this was so cute!

Sandi and Bucky Capone...

Aztec ambles by near Jedermann who was enjoying wandering freely for the day...

Sally's note on Orlando's night medication- You just have to love Shiloh's technical lingo...

Gummie Saloon, Left to right; Whiskey, Melvyn, Scrappy...

Roy in the medical unit...

Spur resting in the sun near the Mare Motel...

Twister, Butterfly and Locksley in the turn out...

First thing in the morning, Mojo was spotted in the Hospice pens...

Later, he was seen snoring away in Frost's pen...

Florecita kicked up some dust playing with Huckleberry in the aisle of the Mare Motel...

Then she supervised Elaine and Willie's lesson preparation...

Rabbit headed off to his new home, here Felipe leads him to the waiting trailer...

We kept an eye on Aiken in the round pen. He was acting a little bit colicy at breakfast but seemed to feel better as the morning progressed and he went back out into his pasture for dinner...

I have gotten back into teaching riding lessons, something I have always loved doing. I like to help Shiloh Adopters get going with their Shiloh Horses and watch them progress to fun trail and pleasure riding...

Here is Donna and her newly adopted horse, Frost, in their lesson. Frost and Donna are a wonderful match and it is really nice to see Frost begin to blossom under her love and care...

Willie and Elaine had an awesome lesson this morning- they have really progressed and I am so proud of them both!

Wille and Sage were used in a lesson yesterday with two young sisters- both horses were great and the girls had a great time...

Sage and her rider looking good!

Wille and his young rider marching along and having fun!

My schedule is loosening up a bit so if you are interested in riding lessons on a Shiloh Horse, just email Jill (me) at shilohhorse@aol.com . An hour lesson is $35.00, all ages and levels. Come on out, ride a Shiloh Horse and have some fun. :o)

2 comments:

TBDancer said...

What a great photo essay, and I think your young visitor who gave herself the task of "loving horses" has the best "job" in the world!

Deanna said...

Wonderful photos! I always enjoy your posts so much. I wish I lived closer and could volunteer.