Friday, 18 November 2011

Hay-Net Blog Of The Day!

For any of you that hasn't been on there yet, Hay-net is a website hosting horse blogs. People can become a member to read the blogs or to write their own! I link my new blog posts on my page on there sending them to blogger! Check out their website if you haven't already. It's a really good idea and has lots of other things as well as blogs such as forums and an "Equine Agony Aunt". Here's a link to their website... http://hay-net.co.uk/

I had an email this morning saying I was their blog of the day so I thought I would put off writing my essay on the methods of analysing silage for another hour and do a quick post! I am going to do a bit of a catch up post for any new people coming to my blog.

I am very excited to be going home next week to see Trooper who I have not seen since September as I am at university doing a masters in Animal Science.Trooper is 22 years old but still acts the same as he did as a 9 year old.He injured his tendon in September and he has been having all sorts of treatments and is healing really well. He is now being ridden at walk for 5 -10 minutes a day!

Here are some photos of him my mum sent me the other day! This is the first year he has not been clipped since we first got him (he didn't need to be because we can't exercise him properly yet). On the photos he looks really fluffy and very muddy!




As you can see I think he is enjoying not having a rug on when all this mud is around! I feel sorry for my mum as he has to be ridden for 5 minutes a day at the moment so she is having to brush him every day to ride him for just 5 minutes!

And please follow if you are not already!

Love Laura
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6 comments:

~Allison said...

Congrats on blog of the day!!

Trooper is a muddy boy! I think they roll in mud on purpose so they can be groomed more :)

Ruffles said...

It's awesome you got blog of the day :)
Trooper looks very happy all covered in mud !!

Grey Horse Matters said...

Trooper looks like a very contented happy horse. Glad he's getting better and you will see him soon. Congratulations on being 'blog of the day'.

Amish Stories said...

I'm visiting new blogs today for the first time, so i also thought id wish you a Happy Thanksgiving to you and your readers. And i hope that the day is spent generating positive memories for years to come. Richard from Amish Stories.

Tony said...

I will have to work up to getting the hay-net blog of the day! congratulations. I have just started in the field, excuse the pun and have been looking for some great resources to help me through. It is great to see so many people with a similar passion.

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