WHEN – August 4th @ 7pm to 8pm
WHERE – Magic Meadows Stable 340 Rodney Lane Heath OH
FREE Educational program that allows kids and families to get up close while engaging in reading and other educational activities.
Aragon the pony will be assisted by a volunteer in reading some fun children’s stories, Molly will be giving horse back rides, Giselle will be offering soft bunny cuddles.
There will also be a craft station, tack available for purchase, and Magic Meadows own Natalie Clark will be available to discuss all the amazing offerings they offer.
Again it is Free to the Public, RSVPs greatly appreciated but not required.
You can email or text to RSVP or to setup a tack spot.
Start Time: 19:00
End Time: 20:00
Public welcome starting @ 4
Brings chairs, thou we will have dogs not sure what else will be there so a side or snacks welcome, and your own drinks thou some will be available.
Start Time: 16:00
End Time: 23:59
Side note there is no free board available here…play the lottery have better odds and you can spill your sad stories to the clerk if they will listen!
I frankly know very few people willing to step up to help anymore because of the above mentioned reason…tis a very sad world we are living in these days Oh well going to go feed those wonderful horses in my barn and search for the sane people as I know they are still out there.
Peace! Love! Save a Horse! – Lisa
Folks, one of the Perry County 11 is still waiting on a foster home. He is a pony sized, sorrel gelding that looks to have some Arab in him. He needs to go into a home that has another horse and he loves loves loves being outside. Contact the Perry County Humane Officer if you live in or near Perry County and may be able to help. I can tell you that your facility or barn will be inspected and references checked. Thanks!
Proper hoof care is vital for the health and usability of our equine friends. This is an example of a pony that hasn’t received that care and is extreme pain and almost to the point of immobility which for a horse means the end of life L
Spend the time finding a knowledge farrier (great way is ask around to other equine owners in your area), get on a schedule and stick too it as your farrier will be more likely to want to keep you as a client, and make sure you work with her your horses prior. It is NOT the responsibility of your farrier to train or tolerate a horse that will not stand mannerly. You do NOT need the tools of a farrier to train your horse to stand – regular cleaning sessions are typically all it takes. For horses that might require shoes doing some pounding on the hoof prior to actually trying to apply a shoe with a nail is very helpful.
For more great information on hoof care check out this article: http://www.greenhorn-horse-facts.com/horse-hoof-care.html
Note recently saw a video of one of the babies that was in beyond bad shape…so pleased to see she is running and being a baby already! To the Angels that stepped up for their care – Thank You! Remember to help with care cost for these horses donations can be sent directly to Perry County Humane Society, Inc. P.O. Box 105 New Lexington, Ohio 43764 Or call 740-347-4233 for information on donations and volunteering! Perry County Humane Society is 501c3 meaning your donation is tax deductible.