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3 Steps to a Secure Base and Foundation

3 Steps to a Secure Base and Foundation

pictures of indoor horse arenas | ... indoor riding arena and t barn wood barn and indoor riding arena

pictures of indoor horse arenas | ... indoor riding arena and t barn wood barn and indoor riding arena

Rolling station/horsey sandbox. This is a project i must do. But clearly my boys wouldn't enjoy it unless there were shovels and little buckets to play with. :) I'm sure the chickens would use it too!

Rolling station/horsey sandbox. This is a project i must do. But clearly my boys wouldn't enjoy it unless there were shovels and little buckets to play with. :) I'm sure the chickens would use it too!

Have you ever noticed how horses will wear down paths in a pasture?  It seems like no matter how much space they have, horses will follow the same paths (or tracks) every day as they move about.  T...

A Different Kind Of Turnout; Paddock Paradise

Have you ever noticed how horses will wear down paths in a pasture? It seems like no matter how much space they have, horses will follow the same paths (or tracks) every day as they move about. T...

"I'm Not Convinced They're Not Really Tiny Horses"-my first assumption...I was mystified...

I'm Not Convinced They're Not Really Tiny Horses

"I'm Not Convinced They're Not Really Tiny Horses"-my first assumption...I was mystified...

Horse Arc a fantastic new idea for a mobile field shelter! No planning permission, don't need a 4 x 4 to move it around, wind proof and great for groups of horses!

King Series Draft Horse Saddle

Horse Arc a fantastic new idea for a mobile field shelter! No planning permission, don't need a 4 x 4 to move it around, wind proof and great for groups of horses!

kiser arena consulting, arena construction, footing consulting

kiser arena consulting, arena construction, footing consulting

The best way to maintain pastures is to create paddocks or runs  where you can keep horses when the grass needs a rest.

The best way to maintain pastures is to create paddocks or runs where you can keep horses when the grass needs a rest.

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