So, I’m at the barn the other day mucking Bob’s stall….when he leans into me and says….”Did you know that President Lincoln’s horse was named Bob?” He continued….”google it”….” I’m telling the truth”.
Later on I checked the internet…and wouldn’t you know it. LIncoln’s horse was called Old Bob. I’m not sure if I’m going to tell my Bob….that they used the name “old”. He might not like that….
Here is a link: http://horsehints.org/LincolnHorseOldBob.htm
I discuss the Benefits of adding Pedi-Sox® as an additional step in the Professional Pedicure process. “They just make the pedicure better”
“Pamper your Feet”®…..and Extend the Pleasure of the Pedicure Experience………
I came across this blog post from my tumblr site….and had to share it over here to you guys ! I absolutely love snickerdoodle cookies !
Apples Raisins Carrots Beet Pulp Vitamins & Minerals…. No Sugar and No Wheat !
These Premium Horse Treats ‘Snap’ into three smaller pieces….perfect for training and great for older horses and foals…to avoid choking.
Look at this cool girl….. Jewel is a very special Paint Horse in the barn complex. The marking on her head (looks like a scull/medicine cap) are very important to Indian Tribes. They believe that this marking is sacred, and have great powers. I grabbed some info (below the photos) from the web. Kinda cool huh ?
Legend has the Medicine Hat Horse appearing in Native American culture, being used as a Ceremonial Horse, Buffalo Runner, and a War Horse. Some of the Plains tribes which considered the Medicine Hat to be supernatural protection against harm were the Sioux, Cheyenne, Blackfoot, Comanche and Kiowa Tribes. Being of mostly white coloration, paintings of special symbols were used on Medicines Hats to add strength to the horse and depict special happenings, such as battles and captured ponies, in the life of his rider. There were considered so special that only tribal chiefs and medicine men and great warriors were only allowed to ride them. Source: www