Hi Jack and Edna,
Hope you both are doing well. A lot of rain here but were all doing very well.
I thought I would share some updates on Maravilla. She is doing wonderfully. Her ground manners have improved greatly. After they eat at night, I cross tie both her and Suave' and clean them up. She stands so nicely and gives me all four feet to clean. I can stand behind her and brush her tail, but I mostly stand to the side. Can't be to careful.
I ponied her with Suave' in the pasture. She did really well. I was very surprised. I read about how to pony a horse and was ready for anything but she behaved like a good girl that she is. Suave' was very patient with her. I am so glad they get a long so well. I use verbal commands like walk, trot or gait, and whoe and she is responding by following Suave' since he knows all the commands. I am going to miss her when she goes up to your place/Angels for training. She says good morning every morning when I go out to feed them. If nobody comes to me I can always count on Mara to be there.
I will have more pictures for you soon. I bought her a jolly ball I think there called. She loves playing with it. I will hold it for her and she will take it and throw it. We both go over to it and she will nose it to make it roll. It is so funny to watch.
How is the new baby doing? Do you have more pictures to share?
I would love to see them.
Hi Jack, How are you and Edna?
Yes, Helen sent me some pictures of him. He is beautiful! Is he all black any white on him? His mom is beautiful too.
I will definatly share pictures. Maravilla is doing so well. She is a very smart girl. I love her so much. I work with her everday, from just a walk to the park to round pen work (in the pasture, don't have round pen yet). She cross ties very nicely. She even stood still for the farrier. He was quite impressed. I am taking my time with her though, I don't want to overwhelm her. She has bonded with the other three horses so nicely. It is wonderful to watch them out in the pasture.
Jack, I want you both to know, Maravilla took my heart the first day I met her. I always wanted a baby to teach. I feel they teach us as well. It's an amazing feeling. She and Suave are my kids, yes spoiled but only to a point. It is hard for me to put in words (without tears) but I thank all of you for this wonderful opportunity with this wonderful little girl.
I will post pictures as soon as I can. Hope to see you both soon.
Take care, Pam, Suave and Maravilla :o)
Hello Jack, It was an honor to meet you and your family on Andrea's and Angel's house,was nice to dance whit your horse too, he is very good, I talk whit Angel about Peruvian Festival on Atlanta but he said is not 100% sure yet. Also I have a good news, I went to my Orthopedist , I have a RX and he was surprise of my quick recovery, he let me back to work Yupiiii!!!! and I am started also my dance practice, so I am ready!!!!!! is not great!!!! I hope to see you soon I talk to Angel and maybe next month will be started again, but no riding horses this time...jajaja.....only dancing.
Said hello to your wife and your nice daughter thank's for the recipe.
It is done. I have featured your new show. If you would like to get even more exposure on the site, I'd suggest writing up a Blog Post related to the fact that this is your first George show, and some information, you can even upload a pdf file or document that contains your show premium for our members/visitors to download directly from the site.
If you would like any assistance with any of this, just let me know.
We have a new member who lives in NC, Julie Boone. She is new to the breed and is looking to purchase her first Peruvian Horse. I have referred her to you as well as 3 other breeders that are in your same vicinity. You are all about 5.5 hours away from her, so figure she may be able to take a day trip and visit several ranches.
If you have a moment, stop by her page to welcome her.
So good to hear from you! Hope you like your move to beautiful Georgia, and that you and Edna are feeling fine. Magnifico is doing great! I just adore that horse. He is a rarity for Peruvians, since he is doing dressage and advanced high school. I ride him every day, six days a week, both in the arena and out on trail rides. Can you believe he's 10 yrs. old? I'll post some photos to this group when I get a chance. Gary is doing fine, after a bout with cancer. He's a survivor. And I'm still training horses, all kinds of breeds. When I couldn't find a Palomino Peruvian Paso stallion to my liking, I just got a Palomino TN Walker stud colt. Five months and already doing tricks. Talk about Head Start for Horses!
Jack & Edna Miller, Krisna Farm KrF, has relocated from Spring Hill, Florida to Cochran, Georgia in March 2008.
We are neighbors of Angel & Andrea Rodriguez, Rancho Loma Linda.
I retired "again", but we just opened a feed & tack store here in Cochran, Sand Hill Feed & Pet Supplies. http://www.sandhillfeed.com
For those that know us, all of our horses are doing well and are enjoying the added space we have here.
Hi Jack, we are right down the road from you - towards Savannah - didn't know you were here!!!
I note from your web page that you moved in March 2008. Where from? Well, welcome to the area - hope to see you soon! Yesterday, we picked up a breeding to a Fenix daughter.