Thanks so much for your comments on my blog. It takes ditching the mentality that says we have to be perfect or else we're not doing it. As long as we keep working on the process, we're doing it! Hugs!
Thanks, Linda! I really got lucky on the wheel yesterday! Two great spins! I don't think you knew that we sold our stallion, we were wanting to travel so wouldn't have been here to take him to be collected at the last minute, and that wouldn't have been fair to anyone, so made the decision to let him go to a new home. We sold him to a girl in the state of Washington, who had bred to him before the last year that Cindy Harris had him (2007) and had a colt that was a finalist in 2 yr. old Hunter Under Saddle at the Paint World. She sold that colt for a lot of money, and was calling to breed that mare back again, when I sold him to her.
She is so excited and already is planning on breeding about 5 of her mares and 5 outside mares, before she even advertised at all! So, he should have a good life there. He just left here Wednesday morning at 7:30 and they are thinking he will be in Oregon at her friend's house, Saturday morning. He will have the rest of Saturday to rest, then make the short trip over the Washington border (she is in Cathlemet, Washington, which is just over the Oregon border) So glad to have found him a good home. This girl has raised more than one World Champion and has a lot of very good producing mares!