It’s an important question. We may need to stop to go to work, or to fix dinner, or just to get out of the cold, but our horses want us to keep going and going. Ending well is the title of this episode, and that’s what we discuss.
I hope you enjoy it.
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Now for a goat update.
I was away over the weekend at the Art and Science of Animal Training conference. It was a tremendous event. I suspect it will provide much material for future Equiosity podcasts. This week Caeli Collins, the host and organizer of the clinic I’ll be giving the end of April in Half Moon Bay California, is visiting. We started the day yesterday with the triplets climbing all over her lap. Thanzi’s babies weren’t as bold about approaching us, but three little goats kept her busy enough.
Watching them all play together the challenge became telling everyone apart. Thank goodness Prudence has a spot of white on her rump and Verity has a pretty white fringe on her forehead otherwise we’d be lost. Felicity is easy to tell from the others. She’s the one who wants to be curled up in your lap! What a charmer.