As we venture forth into a new paradigm of business and living, we want to keep this blog, for "new" and helpful items for you and your horses/farm/barn, and of course announce any sales that are running now! Maybe a few recipes from the kitchen of Brad D, and the travels of Ma'Yet our partner who is a photographer and teacher, headed to Oregon.
We are sending out emails, to encourage people to finish their information on our website and to LIKE our Equine Goddess page. This will help us with sending out special sales and specials each month. Later this month, we will be sending out Kerrit specials and close outs for the summer. So, stayed tuned.
Travels of Ma'Yet
I'm listing a picture of this sign, only because I have heard this a million times, but never really knew what it meant.
The Continental Divide of the Americas (also known as the Great Divide, the Western Divide or simply the Continental Divide; Spanish: Divisoria continental de América, Gran Divisoria) is the principal, and largely mountainous, hydrological divide of the Americas. The Continental Divide extends from the Bering Strait to the Strait of Magellan, and separates the watersheds that drain into the Pacific Ocean from those river systems that drain into the Atlantic and (in northern North America) Arctic oceans (including those that drain into the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean Sea and Hudson Bay).
Saddle Fitting Corner - FYI
We'll be printing a tidbit or two about saddle fitting. Terms, questions, etc.
HOOP TREE: Taking information from Bliss of London, here is the information on a hoop tree.
HOOP TREE: a broader and low profile tree with inverted ‘U’ shape head and slightly flatter through the body. Offering a slightly wider gullet and flatter rails often works well on profiles of Baroque, Draught, Native and some heavier old style Warmbloods.
Here is an image from Bliss of London, showing the different trees that they offer. I really liked this visual they created, because you can really see the difference.
If you have any questions about any of the information you can email email@example.com or text/call her at 254-214-2759. Remember we are also taking saddle fitting appointments. This is for a tracing of your horse only, and about a 3 hour "learning" course.
Thanks talk to you next month!