We’ve had several new horses arrive at the farm this week.
This is “Ella” and her 13 year old owner.
This is “Ivy.”
This is “Jolie.” (Horse #4 for Daughter.) Daughter adopted Jolie from a horse rescue and she arrived this week after a long trip from North Dakota. I’ll tell you more of Jolie’s story at a later date. (She has one blue eye and one black/brown eye.)
We are expecting several more boarders to arrive within the next few days and by February 1, we should almost have all of our available stalls leased, which is very exciting.
And after much deliberation, our farm finally has a name.
It has no special meaning or significance other than my daughter came up with it and we liked the sound of it.
Meanwhile, as the horses were arriving, there was a flurry of other activities going on.
The fencing was being finished. Gates were being hung. Automatic waterers were being checked to make sure they were working properly and there were no leaks.
A bin to store shavings for bedding the stalls was being constructed.