Friday, September 25, 2009

Wadatika and Sky Bar's Chance, ADOPTED


Tika continues to improve. She's very sensitive and quite intelligent. She requires a soft approach and would benefit from someone willing to sit and have their morning coffee with her while she learns to trust someone new. She's pushed the halter over her ear a few times and allows me to put it back into place. She can be caught in a small area but is not ready to live life on a grander scale yet. She lets me rub her face, I've untangled her mane, and I can rub her with the end of the rope (it's a big deal for some horses to be touched with that rope.) Her biggest accomplishment this week was learning to eat grain!

Tika has a lot of potential in the right hands.

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Sky Bar has done very well this week! He's continuing his ground training by being saddled, wearing the snaffle, and the other day we introduced ground driving. He was a bit confused at first, but figured it out pretty quick and before long was driving all over the arena, turning both left and right. Sky Bar is going to make a dandy little horse for someone!

Both of these horses will be available at the Bellingham event at BB Stables.

11:00 Viewing

12:00 Equine Nutrition Seminar

1:15 Stick Horse Races

1:30 Saddle Fitting Demonstration

2:45 Wild Horse Demo's Begin

3:00 Silent, Competitive Bid adoption

4:00 Revive A Back Astride Demonstration

Don't forget that Saturday, Sept 26 is National Wild Horse Adoption Day!

1 comment:

  1. So, did Tika or Chance get adopted? I wasn't able to make it up there in time after work. Hopefully things flowed smoothly and they got adopted!