The news you didn’t want to read

No, as much as I want to,  it’s not going to be possible to keep two horses.

La Prima is for sale and I am enjoying our last weeks together as much as can.  The addition of Jaworzno was an opportunity I simply couldn’t turn down, but selling this mare will be very bittersweet.

Keeping both is not financially possible, and La Prima is all set for a great future now that she has come such a long way.

In Pasture
I just need to find someone who will cherish her as much as I have, and who will continue on the same path. Now I’ll never get to find out how far she could have gone…  She’s a very special mare and has such a personality.  There is no question she’s going to be missed.

bent on rock

“Have you ever really wanted to be able to do something, but you came across a roadblock of some kind?
You have a difficult choice. I made that choice once and it changed my whole life, by giving me experiences I never would have had if I took the easy street and had not tried.”
― Deanie Humphrys-Dunne, Tails of Sweetbrier

A note about the pictures above, they are taken by Tamara Watson. I will soon have some nice shots of Jaworzno to share with you here on the Blog soon from her. For now, you can find Tamara Watson Photography Here

Jaworzno is such a cute guy, you know they will be good!  Here he is, on his first day of arrival at Castle Rock Farm.

in the shade 2

 

4 thoughts on “The news you didn’t want to read

  1. Ska man betala dyrt för att hålla häst, så ska man ju ändå kunna använda hästen till det man vill – typ rida – 😛 Så jag har full förståelse för ditt beslut, även om jag förstår att du gör det med blandade känslor. Lycka till med den nya snyggingen!

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  2. I am sorry that you are selling Prima. Yes, two horses are too much, that is why I always stick to one now as I no longer have my own property to keep them on. I hope you find a really good home for Prima as it sounds like she has been passed around a bit.

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    1. It would be great with a little farm of my own. Oh, the horses I would keep there 😉 But then, I’d always be fixing the place up, and have no time to ride. I’ve seen how that goes. The current barn I am at is really lovely, so quiet, and it doesn’t take all day to get the work done. I’m getting spoiled, and starting to spread my stuff out all over the place… If I had my own place, three horses would be minimum, no? And then, I’d waste all my time grooming them 🙂

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