Shelby Farms


One of the downsides of our current non-boarding situation is the lack of a place to ride in the swamp weather we have been having lately. While the horses seemed perfectly fine with their food-heavy parent interactions, I was getting a little restless. Thankfully, our little town here is equipped with one of the best public parks in the country.

Shelby Farms has even changed their policy on bringing your horse to the park. Formerly, you had to go to the office and pay a fee to receive a pass. Not any longer! Now, as long as you have your negative coggins tests on hand just in case, it is free free free. (And free of hassle!)

So Steven and I met Devan and Paisley (Paisley being a dog) with the girls and Gatsby (our dog.) We then proceeded to attempt to enjoy what was supposed to be nice weather but was actually pretty dreary and cold. So we pretended we were in Ireland.


What are you doing, Dad? What is that big black thing on your face?!



I’ll get that camera off your face, Dad!!



Me on Krick and Devan on Paige.



Strangest fox hunt ever?



It’s always important to dog-proof the horses.




About maremother

I am a wife, designer and mother of 4. (Two horses, a dog and a cat.) I am always attempting to find new and better ways to make my family happy and healthy. This usually involves boring the crap out of my husband with information about natural horse care.
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