I love horse people…

Maybe it’s because I’m crazy…or because they are crazy…or because we are all crazy (for horses)…but I love horse people. I’m sitting here warming my feet after enjoying time with 65 people crazy enough to brave 13 degree weather for tonights “Up Close and Personal Clinic” at Cowboy Perseverance Ranch. Slated to run from 6pm-8pm it really went until 10:30 pm!

As an added bonus the lady who contacted me on Facebook, Dawn Spoltman from WickedPony Designs had the hand-painted glass she made me hand-delivered.  Did I mention I love horse people?

Roxy glass

Enjoying apple cider in my hand painted glass from Dawn Spoltman at WickedPony Designs. The photo doesn’t do it justice!




  1. Bobbi on November 22, 2014 at 7:31 pm

    I grew up with horses and ponies, and have never lost my love for them. I still think the best smell is that of a horse and like to take long draws from a horse’s nostril any chance I get!! Your glass is a beautiful (and practical) memento of Roxy.

  2. darlafmay on November 19, 2014 at 12:47 am

    Yes, horse people are a breed of their own! Proud to be one! Love the glass!

  3. Dawn Spoltman on November 19, 2014 at 12:37 am

    I’m so happy you like it, Stacy! Would have loved to attended the clinic tonight just to meet you, but I’m thankful that my dear friend Susan stood in for me! Admittedly, we’re all a little crazy, but it’s worth every minute to be owned by a horse. Safe travels and stay warm! Dawn

  4. conniec2014 on November 19, 2014 at 12:16 am

    Me too, Stacy. Only horse people understand it in our heart, soul, blood, and every breath. Than you for all you do.
    Many blessing and keep those tootsies warm Tonite.

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