Thierry Horse & Home Company

As any horse owner will tell you, there are quite a few intimidating aspects of caring for an animal of this size and magnitude. One aspect that, in my opinion, eludes almost all equestrians is choosing a proper bit for your horse. If you’re like me, you know the difference between a snaffle and a[…]

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Rolex

I’m not an eventer, but I would love to attend Rolex one year (as a spectator). First, it’s hosted by the Kentucky Horse Park, and you all know I look for any excuse to get back to my beloved Lexington. Second, these are some of the best (and bravest) horses and riders in the world,[…]

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Featured Farm Friday – Swift Wind – Part II

I wrote about my friend Sherri’s Swift Wind Farm earlier in this post where I covered her living room decor. This one will be the final installation which I will dub, ‘Miscellaneous.’ Farm Sign This sign was created by a company called BC Signs, which is located in Pennsylvania. It will hang out in her[…]

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Verb(ing) – VIII

Reading I’m reading two books at once, which is becoming pretty typical. First, I am enjoying Ruffian, by Jane Schwartz, even though I know what’s coming. It’s like watching Titanic. But this filly’s story is unbelievable and deserves to be told. I’m also reading In the Hamptons, by Dan Rattiner. I went to the Hamptons[…]

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Weathervane Envy

When you are renovating a fixer-upper farm, categorizing between needs and wants is very important. For example, that horse head doorknocker was most definitely a want. I mean, I wanted it so badly that it virtually became a need, but let’s be real. The doorknocker is not as important as fixing our tractor that decided[…]

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The Milton Inn

I’m continuing on with my tour of equestrian-themed restaurants. First, I reviewed Manor Tavern, and now it’s on to my absolute favorite, The Milton Inn! What does The Milton Inn have that none of the others do? I’m not exactly sure, to tell you the truth, but for some reason this one just stands out[…]

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