Growing up, I was the "horse-crazy" girl, the child who begged to stop at the pony rides, the teenager who took every opportunity to just touch a horse.
Living in the suburbs might have easily put horses out of my reach, but "where there is a will there is a way." For a couple of years, I babysat three pre-school age boys one afternoon a week for $7.00, then paid $6.00 for a horseback riding lesson!
Horses have continued to be my passion into adulthood. Now, my husband and I share the joy of riding and living with horses.
Gaited Horses: Clinics, Lessons, Training & Natural Stone Jewelry.
Quarter horse breeding. Lesson, clinics, training.
Hosting the Pacific Coast Trail Horse Competition.
Beautifully made scarves to complete your show outfit.
Honey direct from the beekeeper!
A family owned business, offering simple burial of our horse companions. Located in Oregon, USA.
"The Oregon High School Equestrian Team competition and program supports, challenges, and offers recognition to the dedicated teenagers who both physically and mentally pursue the challenge of the sport of equine competition.
"a tourism and equine business entity, created for the purpose of
'Promoting the Passion'
of the equine industry in Oregon."
PO BOX 1623
PHILOMATH, OR 97370
Several years ago, my old Tennessee Walker gelding, Jake, had to be put down. The veterinarian offered to cut some of his tail, and I put it away for several months, unable to even look at Jake's hair. When I finally did take it out, the beautiful necklaces and bracelets that I produced from that one, large, auburn, lock of Jake's tail were an instant hit with my "horse friends," and Braided Bonds was created.