Of Mares and Mousers

June 4, 2014

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I headed up to the north end of the county to check on the bucking horse mares we have pastured there for the summer.

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Painted Lady, the Kicking Mare and Bobby Sue sure look happy to see me.

Or not.

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Betsy Crockett and June are sure fat and sassy.

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Then there is Icy Sparks. Isn’t she a beaut!?

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This little gal, growing up to be a very big gal, is out of one of our best mares, Rumbling Rita and our good stud Cowboy.

I was going to name her Nymph, but now I am not sure.

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Here is our first bucking horse colt for the year. A good soggy stud colt out of Cowboy!

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And this is Christmas Carol. Check out her spots. No she isn’t an appaloosa.

And yes, you are going to be surprised when I tell you what her dots are!

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And speaking of surprises, guess what Lawman Mike showed me while I was up there for my visit.

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Yep you got it, little barn kitties.

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There are 5 of the little wee mites. They are all this color. And they are all going to need fabulous homes.

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So if you are looking for a good little mouser, barn cat or family pet, comment below and I will make sure you and Mike get together and get these little cuties great homes! Or give me a call and I will hook you up!

Thanks Erin 307-254-3968

Thanks for joining us here at the Barnyard. Come back next time and I will tell you all about Christmas Carol and her super cool polka dots.

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PS there are a couple poodle puppies left!

Erin Stiver-Henson 2013