Lou Dillon Goes to the Dentist

We noticed that Lou Dillon was having some difficulty eating his carrots over the past month, so we had the equine dentist out this week to float his teeth. Horses' teeth continue to grow throughout their lives, but because they are not eating like they would in the wild, compounded with the fact … [Read More...]

Quixote’s Colic Scare

We had a colic scare this week with Quixote. When one of our volunteers fed him his grain, he was uninterested, and was lying down. She immediately called Elizabeth, who came down and discovered that Quixote did have signs of colic. What is colic? Colic is a general term that is used to describe … [Read More...]

Driving Hershey

I have always been fascinated with horse driving, but it is an expensive and exacting sport. Several years ago when we rescued a Friesian named D'Artagnan, I had a short foray into the horse driving discipline. He was enjoyable to drive, as long as you didn't want to stop (stopping is actually very … [Read More...]