I hope that everyone had a wonderful 4th of July. Welcome to the July, 2011 edition of the Blog Carnival of Horses. The funny thing about this Carnival is that I wasn’t copied on any of the submissions so until I checked the website to publish it, I was worried that no one had sent me any posts! What a great surprise to see all these great blog posts.
Tom Tessin presents How Much Does Hauling Horses Cost? posted at Tom, saying, “Do you want to haul your horses across the United States? Want to know how much it will cost? See what you’re going to pay.”
Jana DiCarlo presents A chat with the pet psychic, Sonya Fitzpatrick posted at Anyplace Farm Weblog, saying, “Ever wondered what a ‘reading’ with a pet psychic or animal communicator is like? This Crazy Horse Girl shares notes from her reading with famous animal communicator, Sonya Fitzpatrick.”
Rhonda Lane presents Equestrian Beach Reads, Summer 2011 | The Horsey Set Net posted at The Horsey Set Net, saying, “A summer reading list of horse books, both novels and non-fiction bio”
Me & My Big Gal presents Showing With the Kiddo… posted at A Work In Progress: One Middle-Aged Broad’s Descent Back Into Horse Madness!, saying, “Horse showing is a completely different experience when your child is showing with you.”
Seema Sonnad presents The Florida Chronicles (and beyond): The first event of the season – in which the horses I great and I exhibit signs of early memory loss posted at The Florida Chronicles (and beyond), saying, “My blog, mostly horses, but also other stuff”
Barbara Brandt presents first show posted at Nina’s Story, saying, “Sometimes milestones in training come in unexpected places. Nina is a sensitive TB mare who has been badly handled for years. Her normal mode is to pick a fight when she is scared or nervous, this was a big break thru for her to calm herself down.”
Me & My Big Gal presents Headcase and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Lesson… posted at A Work In Progress: One Middle-Aged Broad’s Descent Back Into Horse Madness!, saying, “Musings on a difficult lesson and why sometimes our biggest impediment to progress is our own mind.”
Me & My Big Gal presents A Work In Progress: One Middle-Aged Broad’s Descent Back Into Horse Madness!: Good Grief, They’re Starting Them Young… posted at A Work In Progress: One Middle-Aged Broad’s Descent Back Into Horse Madness!, saying, “A few thoughts on rider aging and the joys (?!?) of competing against children you could easily have given birth to.”
Michelle DiPiazza presents 30 Day Challenge – Day 1 « From The Horse’s Back posted at From The Horse’s Back, saying, “Take a trip down memory lane with me as I continue on with the 30 Day Horse Challenge.”
Suzanne presents LANDMARKS VS OBSTACLES… HMMM posted at Confessions of an AA Event Rider and Convicted Over Thinker.
Suzanne presents IT TAKES A VILLAGE posted at Confessions of an AA Event Rider and Convicted Over Thinker.
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