October 04, 2012

Busy busy busy

Sorry!!!!!!!! I know I haven't posted anything lately but I've been just so overwhelmed with personal issues and schooling! I'm only a Jr. In high school but its the last two years that count if I want to get into vet school, anyways here at GTFF we haven't been ridding or doing a lot of moving around, luckily we are going camping this weekend with some great friends. We are going for 4 days with no plumbing!!!!! Boston and I can't  wait for our adventure! Stay close!!

September 16, 2012

Can We Ever Find Time?

My question today is can we ever find time.... Since school has started back up I barely find myself at the barn. I love my horses a lot but man! This school is taking a toll on me. Besides that when we do have the chance to ride we are riding only English and he's been doing amazing! He has started to hollow his back though. With simple collection we fix it no problem. That's really the only update we have from Georgies Three Foot Farm.

August 30, 2012

Back To School

Well I'm back to school today and worried about leaving Boston alone! I know he will be fine if I give him extra hay. Its just like a mother and her kids leaving, I'm a nutcase!. Well lets hope this will be fun. Ill start posting things about school on here As well so get ready!

August 18, 2012

Beach Day

No its not a beach day for Boston but its a beach day for the family. We should be back in time to ride thought so be expecting a update late this evening!

August 16, 2012

Rainy Day

Well today i woke up early at the sound of heavy rain. As much as i love rain i absolutely hate it in the paddock. We have sand in the top half so its not as bad as it use to be. Im hoping we can get some dirt and raise the lower half up so we can also grow.some.nice fresh grass!. On another note we have been working with Boston on using just a plain broken snaffle, one that would be used to "brake" a young colt or filly. Boston has been do incredible with the snaffle! This includes him doing his running~walk and his rack (gaited) A lot of people think you need a long shank for a gaited horse to proform their gaits, I say its your seat that counts and weather your horse has been trained properly. In all honesty if you need a long shank to control your horse and for them to preform better then i think the horse isnt that great. This moves me on to my discussion me and a friend had last night, I was looking threw horses for sale and saw a horse for $15,000. Now why on earth would someone buy a horse for that much! I think anything over $8,000 is going to far. We got talking and we both agree that you can take a top race horse and breed it to another top race horse and you could get the worst race horse ever. But yet you could take the worse and worse and make a great filly or colt. I think its bull crap when it comes down to the blood line. I kike to show my Racking horse off but i dont go on and on about it and i would never sell my horse just because he has a well know limited bred sire. All i can say is ho hum.... My fingers hurt from typing all this on my phone. Ill get back at you later with another update.!

August 15, 2012

On The Go

Hey everyone!, Georgies Three Foot Farm is now going mobile! We will now be able to update you more often and stay in the loop with all of you. We can also post a lot more photos! Thanks everyone.

August 14, 2012

A Drive Around The Block

Today at Georgies Three Foot Farm we took our Big boy "Boston" for a nice drive around the block with our trailer. Not many people would go to the extent to just drive around for an hour and waste gas, But today i wanted to relax and have fun with Boston. So i decided to take a stole. He was much better today about getting into the trailer, Most days he rears and kicks because she is terrified at the sight of them. Right now we are looking for trainers that could possibly help Boston get over his fear. We can't wait to share the progress we make with him!, Please feel free to ask any question about Boston!