The most frequently asked question we are receiving at the moment is: If you’re living on the road, where do you keep your horses? I am going to try to keep everyone updated by making short videos and blogs of the moves.
We just moved out of a horse show (Quarter Horse Congress) yesterday and now we will spend about a week in our old home town. We are camping at a park and our horses will be staying at a friends house.
As we just finished a couple of tough weeks at the show, the horses will enjoy turnout time and some lighter riding. If the weather stays nice (it is supposed to rain) then I would love to do some trail riding…but not in the rain.
What questions would you like to have answered about life on the road with horses?
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