“Exit only if that’s the right place.”
Something about those markers that seem to give us orders that we have an urge to follow when we really shouldn’t.
Whether in a building or going down the highway, whenever an “Exit” sign appears, unconsciously we want to go there. Continue reading →
“A versatile horse fits most owners’ needs.”
Renowned-trainer Al Dunning discussed requirements for meeting those basics during a Purina Horse Owner’s Workshop in Topeka.
As part of the Al Dunning Experience, coordinated by Purina Mills Regional Manager Ernie Rodina, the evening-program was free to the public with a large attendance of diverse ability-level horse enthusiasts. Continue reading →
Breezie was the horse of a lifetime.
A feeling among many horsemen is that if they have one outstanding horse during their life, it is a success.
Some owners have several top horses and find it hard to say which was better. Others have a fondness for one particular horse that stands out above all the rest. Continue reading →
Percentage-wise maybe we aren’t doing all that bad.
Math never was our best subject. We got along fine with addition and subtraction, but high school geometry set us back, and we barely passed college algebra. So, accuracy of our calculations may be more philosophical than mathematically sound. Continue reading →
“That will never be the same.”
Perhaps, “there’s nothing new under the sun,” and “history repeats itself.”
But, two things are never precisely duplicated. Our fence will never be like it was the day completed. Continue reading →