Horse & Pony Letters Nov 2017-Jan 2018

Bouncing back from bullying
HP: I started the August – October 2017 issue by reading Lisa Hines’s editorial in Sweepings called “Bouncing Back.” I read the paragraph pertaining to the George Morris Clinic and Lisa’s comments about his “pointed personal insults.” I then went straight to Jana Hemphill’s article were I read words like “suffered the sting of his sharp tongue,” and some of the insults he called out to people. 

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Horse & Pony Feb-Apr 2017

Knowing when
    We have a good dog. The kind of dog who comes around once in a lifetime. If you’re lucky. He’s the dog who hears his name no matter where he is on the farm and comes running, lies by the barn door until chores are done, carries the paper up the lane each morning, shares his food with the kitten, and quietly requests a brief belly scratch every evening – if it’s not too much trouble. 

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Horse & Pony Nov 2016-Jan 2017

HP: I am writing in regard to Teresa Alexander-Arab’s article in HP May – July 2016 issue, titled “Workload.”
Please pass along to her that the article stuck with me and, recently so, when I had to lay to rest my “baby” that I had for 18 years. When I read the article again, it makes me weep because she is so tuned in to what we horse lovers feel, each and every day.

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