Bosco relaxing at Årungen a few days before we left
So now I moved to Røed, which is basically 5 minutes drive from Årungen. This was the place that I could find, that were closest to what I was looking for. One big drawback, there is no arena... yet. The plan is to build one over the summer, but I'm not sure when that is. In the meantime, there is a roundpen I can use and there is a road made only for horses, where I can get some training done.
Took some pictures in the nice weather today, suddenly summer arrived!
The stable, not quite finished yet
The stable, the door in the end leads to the indoor area of the padock.
This will become the washing booth
This will become a common room with sofa and a small kitchen
Food for all the hungry horses
Where we keep all our equipment
Just behind all this rubbish is where they are going to build the arena
Indoor area for the outdoor horses
Bosco right outside the indoor area
Outdoor area. This area will expand all the way to the houses in the background and the horses will have lots of green grass to eat. They just need to adapt to the new grass.
The road made for horses only, straight forward as far as the eye can see
Walk, trot, canter, do what ever you like, the road is all yours :D
Bosco with my new handmade Total Contact saddle
(first time I tried to braid his mane, looks weird, but working as intended)
The last week Bosco has had some trouble with his hoofs. They have been really sore and he has not been comfertable with a rider. This is ok now, but I have only trained him twice since he got well. We have both been abit rusty after almost one and a half week break, but tomorrow Pelle is comming over to set things straight. Hah!